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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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Revenge is a Dish Best Served to Pirates

There are 15 teams who are National League opponents of the Mets. If you're trying to list them, I'll bet I know which one you tend to forget.
The Pirates have faded so far from their glories of the '70s and early '90s, become such a non-factor in the competitive scheme of things and, most relevantly, [...]

Revenge is a Dish Best Served to Pirates

There are 15 teams who are National League opponents of the Mets. If you’re trying to list them, I’ll bet I know which one you tend to forget.

The Pirates have faded so far from their glories of the ’70s and early ’90s, become such a non-factor in the competitive scheme of things and, most relevantly, [...]

Gone to the Dogs

Hey, no worries.
Truth be told, I wasn't happy about the idea of a back-in anyway, and I was less happy about the price of a back-in being another W on the ledger of the Antichrist himself. (That didn't happen, though the Phillies did somehow survive second and third with none out.) I know, I know, [...]

Gone to the Dogs

Hey, no worries.

Truth be told, I wasn’t happy about the idea of a back-in anyway, and I was less happy about the price of a back-in being another W on the ledger of the Antichrist himself. (That didn’t happen, though the Phillies did somehow survive second and third with none out.) I know, I know, [...]

Flat For Now

MY LOVELY WIFE: So, no champagne tonight?
ME: Well, we could if the Phillies lose.
MY LOVELY WIFE: Or we could have some and buy some more tomorrow.

Flat For Now

MY LOVELY WIFE: So, no champagne tonight?

ME: Well, we could if the Phillies lose.

MY LOVELY WIFE: Or we could have some and buy some more tomorrow.