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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.

Jason Fry is a Brooklyn writer whose first memories include his mom leaping up and down cheering for Rusty Staub. Check out his other writing here.

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Takin' Care of Business






John Sebastian's unforgettable Number One theme from “Welcome Back 'Gado!”

“Run Jose Run!” by the amazing David Geddes!

The stupendous Elton John's “Philadelphia Freedom…At Last!”

“Maine Street!” by Boppin' Bob Seger and the Throwing Bullets Band!

The lovely ladies of Heart and “Magic Number Man!”

“Let Your Runs Flow!” by the sensational Bellamy Brothers!

“First Place Long Time!” as prescribed by the incredible Dr. John!

And if you order this very minute, you can ride C.W. McCall's mighty “Convoy!” clear to the postseason!

5 comments to Takin' Care of Business

  • Anonymous

    Just reading those titles made my ears bleed – lol.

  • Anonymous

    Anyone not old enough to appreciate that can share our inner-voice demons by going here:

    So you don't forget, clinch the division before midnight tomorrow!

  • Anonymous

    You've 've forgotten that disco hit, Anita Ward's classic, (Royce) Ring My (Heath) Bell
    Oh, yeah…..Disco Mister Met loves his 70's music….

  • Anonymous

    Act now and you'll also receive…
    “Bel-Trahn! (It's A Home Rahn!)” by the entire Julio DeFranco Family!
    “Chad Girls!” by the sultry Donna Summer!
    Alice Cooper's poignant and hamstrung “Valentin Age Lament '74!”
    “Little Willie's Always Been A Winner!” from having avoided THE SWEEP!
    PLUS! In time for the holidays! “DiFelice Navidad!” as sung by the timeless duo of Jose and Pedro Feliciano!
    Operators and Pat Burrell are standing by…and staring at strike three!

  • Anonymous

    Augment this list with Poison's 80's paen to Mets broadcasters.
    Every (Howie) Rose has its (Gary) Thorne…