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Faith and Fear in Flushing made its debut on Feb. 16, 2005, the brainchild of two longtime friends and lifelong Met fans.

Greg Prince discovered the Mets when he was 6, during the magical summer of 1969. He is a Long Island-based writer, editor and communications consultant. Contact him here.

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Hark! The Gerald Angels Sing

Good one about the Mets recalling Gerald Williams. You're funny. I almost believed it, too. I particularly admire the way you somehow engineered it so the entire New York sporting media would go along with the joke. I saw this news everywhere. Whad'dya do, get inside my hard drive or something? Well, whatever. Hats off to you. I got a big kick out of it. But I know it's not true because these are The New Mets and they wouldn't dare recall Gerald Williams and set us back one season and like a thousand light years.

4 comments to Hark! The Gerald Angels Sing

  • Anonymous

    Wasn't there some controversy with Williams? I recall he was cryogenically frozen and his head was kept separate from his body. I think his son fought with his daughter. Fuzzy on the details, but it was kind of ugly. That said, I don't see how the guy helps us.

  • Anonymous

    When Gerald Williams walks down the street, people say “there's goes the deadest hitter who ever lived.”

  • Anonymous

    It's Diaz whose head was separated from his body. The jury's still out on this experiment, though cutoff men continue to grumble that it's going badly.

  • Anonymous

    enuff a'ready ….sitting in Lotus…eyes rolling up into my head…theres a bright light coming into focus…I see it clearly now….Gerald Williams is the Messiah….. mankind is about to receive the complete redemption, and world peace is at hand momentarily…thank G-d for pension eligible, nearly embalmable, washed up and out retread ex-stankees ~putting down the eyedropper of LSD that I just dropped in my eyeball~