“The Jewish Mets” Now on Amazon

While you figure out what to do on this Super Bowl Sunday (root for the hated Patriots, root for the equally offensive Eagles?), why don’t you instead read an ebook. And I’ve got a good one. It is called “The Jewish Mets” and it is written by your old pal here at Blogging Mets.

the jewish metsNow, I know what you’re saying — didn’t I read about this more than a year ago? Yes, you did. And I know you all wanted to buy it, but when you clicked on the link, it took you to a website called Smashwords. And you said, “Smashwords? I ain’t buying nothing on there (I don’t know why you suddenly have such poor grammar).”

Well now, it is available on Amazon. Laziness prevented me from reformatting the book for Amazon (and just for the record, I am still lazy; I paid someone to do it for me!). And the best part — the price has not changed. It is still only $2.99. That’s nothing; you’d be stupid not to buy it.

You don’t have to be Jewish to enjoy it; just being a Mets fan will suffice. And I promise, it will take you less time to read it than to watch the Super Bowl. Besides, you know how that game is going to end. I’ll bet you didn’t know the Mets first big free agent signing was Jewish. Who he is will surprise you.

3 thoughts on ““The Jewish Mets” Now on Amazon

  • February 4, 2018 at 6:52 pm
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    Elliott Maddox?

  • February 4, 2018 at 6:53 pm
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    Thanks. Now people won’t buy the book!

  • February 4, 2018 at 10:54 pm
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    LOL.

    Keep publicizing it in all the right places for your target audience. People will buy it. Mets fans, baseball fans and Jewish people proud of their heritage. Ty Kelly and Zach Borenstein warrant free copies.

    If we had traded for Ian Kinsler or Jason Kipnis, that would have made your book out of date.

    Did you see watch Israel in the WBC? I had a blast even though the star Jewish players in the majors either didn’t participate in the WBC or played for U.S. Would have had a bona fide major league WBC lineup had they opted in. Ryan Braun, Kevin Pillar, Joc Pederson, Kipnis, Kinsler, Bregman Paul Goldschmidt and others.

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