Author (and outspoken critic of New York Mets ownership) Howard Megdal has a new book out called Wilpon’s Folly: The Story of a Man, His Fortune, and the New York Mets. It’s already gotten the attention of the New York Post and the Mets.

Megdal’s book (available for just $2.99 for the Amazon Kindle) is probably worth a read if you want to know more about ugly financial situation surrounding the Mets, though I can’t say that I particularly do. I look to baseball for entertainment; there’s enough depressing stuff of more import to most of us in the other sections of the newspaper.

Whether you want to read Wilpon’s Folly¬†or not, I recommend that you take a look at Greg Prince‘s latest post at Faith and Fear in Flushing. It reminded me of what it felt like to be a baseball fan when I was a kid.

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I'm the former editor of a weekly community newspaper in New Jersey. I've been a New York Mets fan for most of my life and I've been blogging about them, minor league baseball, baseball cards and autograph collecting at RandomBaseballStuff.com since 2007. Contact me at paul@randombaseballstuff.com

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