The Stew continues its all-new tabloid format with the revelation that Darryl Strawberry and the Mets of the 1980s played hard and partied harder.
OK, that's probably not a Muppet news flash in itself, but Page 6 and other outlets report that Dar-ryl, Dar-ryl will be publishing a tell-all autobiography that comes out in April.
Titled "Straw: Finding My Way," the book promises to further define the Amazins of the time as "[An] infamous rolling frat party... drinking, drugs, fights, gambling, groupies."
Sure, the five major food groups.
Ballplayers were so much more flamboyant about their rule-breakin' in those days. The BALCO and Yankees scandals of today and recent history can't compete with the old Mets on style points.
Can you imagine having a locker next to Lenny Dykstra? So many stains on the carpet, each of a different origin.
As for the Straw book, can these pages go any deeper than Bob Klapisch's "The Worst Team Money Could Buy"? or Klapisch's "High and Tight" — which profilesRead More »from Mets behavin' badly: new Straw bio recalls sex, drugs & baseball