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John Feinstein and his book on two riveting New York pitchers
- Updated: May 16, 2008
We can’t say we’ve read this one yet, because we haven’t, but we can say that this might be the least possible interesting topic for any baseball fan, including Mets and Yankees fans.
Pretty sure neither one has/was never really accepted by their respective fan bases, and neither one is interesting enough to appeal to anyone else, so the point of this book is a little unclear.
Our favorite part might be where it says "One Season to Remember."
Regardless, here’s a look at some of Feinstein’s other book ideas that didn’t make the cut but had equal potential to capture the hearts of New York baseball fans.
Living On a Week: Gregg Jeffries and Kevin Maas — Two Hitters, Two Teams, One Shitstorm
162 Games and 162 Suits: The Derek Bell Bet
I Played for the Yankees and Mets Once: The Shane Spencer Story
Doug Mientkiewicz: I Too Played for the Yankees and Mets Once
Armando Benitez: Why I Will Kill You if You Mention that I Played for the Yankees and Mets Once
Miguel Cairo: You Won’t Believe This, But I Spent Some Time on Both New York Baseball Teams
Ricky Ledee: Why I Still Wear My Old Yankees Jersey but Also Like the Mets
Sal Fasano: Beyond the Mustache and Why I Haven’t Played for the Mets Yet
Looking Like a Guy in the Stands But Actually Playing for a Team: A Year In the Life of John Franco
Shea Was Pretty Gay: The Mo Vaughn Diary
Why I Haven’t Spoken Until Now: A Really Long Rafael Santana Interview
Alviro Espinosa: Joining the Team with Kevin Maas
Stealing Second and Stealing Gloves: An Inexplicable Look at Ricky Henderson and Ruben Rivera
Karim Garica: How I Played for the Yanks and Mets but Still Remain a Mystery to Pedro Martinez
Carl Pavano: And Where the Hell Was I?
Pickup Basketball and the Trajectory of Life: Aaron Boone’s Journey
Jose Canseco Talks About Yankee Stadium and Absolutely Nothing Else
Chuck Knoblauch: Throwing My Career Away (it’s a pun, get it!)