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10 thoughts on “The wrong season

  1. says:

    a crabbed and nearsighted diary of a mets season 1973 that didn t work out as planned oppenheimer is a poet and occasionally breaks into version the entire book is written in lowercase there are a handful of fabulous lines and philosophical asides about baseball, but the text hasn t aged well it s hard to get into the flow of the season without a bit of contextual understanding about what t...

  2. says:

    This book is a reread for me, but from many many years ago I remember checking it out of my elementary school library Mt Pleasant Elementary in Smithtown, N.Y., in case you re wondering in 1973 when I was ten years old It was the first book I ever read, and perhaps the first book ever published, about the post 1969 Mets There was an onslaught of books describing the years from 1962 to 1969 after their unexpected World Series win in 69 I was surprised to see a lot of R rated language in the book Not that the book would contain f bombs, but that it would have been on the shelves of an elementary school library in 1973 I imagine whoever it was at the school district who was responsible for ordering books probably slipped up.Anyway, this is a fan s memoir, written by poet Joel Oppenheimer, about being a Mets fan in 1972, which happened to be my first full year as a fan I jumped on board during the 1971 season So to me, the 1972 Mets are the original Mets , and it was nice to read about not only the held over 69ers like Seaver, Jones, Agee, and Kranepool, but also the recent additions like Staub, Matlack, and Mays.However, the book wasn t about...

  3. says:

    A lot of meandering nonsense with occasional mention of the New York Mets 1972 season.

  4. says:

    Terrific Sports Books and Prose Poem.

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