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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.

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Mets Yearbook: 1984

The second installment of the highly acclaimed SNY series Mets Yearbook debuts tonight, Thursday, at 7:30 with a return to 1984. Be sure to catch Keith Hernandez, Jesse Orosco, Darryl Strawberry and all the Rising Stars.

Image courtesy of kcmets.com

3 comments to Mets Yearbook: 1984

  • Anonymous

    Crap! Forgot to set my DVR. I would love to highlight “Mets Yearbook” and choose “record series”–but it's not a series. Each is its own special. Annoying.
    That's the life of a Met fan I guess. Now matter how much good there is in something, we seem to find the bad. There could be a promotion at CitiField called “everyone gets 99 bucks cash for being good fans” and we'd complain it wasn't 100. Most of us, anyway.

  • Anonymous

    Rebroadcasts scheduled for Saturday at 7:30 PM and Sunday at 6:00 PM. No new ep next week (Thanksgiving) but there's an all-day marathon of 1969 World Series games, even Game One.

  • Anonymous

    Hey now! My girlfriend got home early and hit record for me! She's a keeper for sure. Great show. Made me miss Shea. Call me crazy, but the Shea crowd had a certain buzz about it when the Mets had their renaissances, didn't it?
    And hey, let's not forget the highlight of the show: Calvin Schiraldi!