Great anecdotes and stories from many different players and managers. Also context of NYC at that time.
Kept me interested from start to finish .
In depth read on the psyche of a sports - truly demonstrates both the beauty and beast of sports teamsPublished 12 months ago by frank biancucci
Probably Jeff Pearlman's best book, 'How The Bad Guys Won' details the 1986 New York Mets season. Very entertaining from the opening chapter on, it's another page turner from... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Jeff Morant
I'v bever been disappointed by Jeff Pearlman so far...a good account of the 86 Mets...It is too bad that this bunch won....the bad guys won indeed!!!!Published 14 months ago by Steff66
This book is priceless merely for the description of the recording session where some of the Mets try to cut a "Super Bowl Shuffle" style rap song, titled "Get... Read morePublished on July 16 2004 by Victor Catano
If you are a fan of the Mets or a baseball history book, this is a must read. The book is very entertaining and an easy read.Published on July 7 2004 by Mark A. Haas
This was a very funny book that I enjoyed a lot. My wife bought it for me for father's day, even though i'm more of a yankee fan. still it was worth the time put into reading it. Read morePublished on July 7 2004
If Kevin Elster were a book, he'd be "The Bad Guys Won." I write this because Kevin is my favorite player ever, and this is one of my favorite baseball books. Read morePublished on July 6 2004