WHITE PLAINS, N. Y. -- Former Mets right-hander Ron Darling met with a long line of young and old baseball fans who came to Barnes & Noble in White Plains on Saturday for the chance to get signed copies of his new book about his 1986 World Series experience, according to lohud.com.
Darling, 55, who now works in the broadcasting booth on TBS and for Mets games for SNY and WPIX , wrote about how his disappoinment over his performance in Game 7 of the World Series stayed with him a long time. Writing the book was "cathartic," the All-Star player told lohud.com.
In "Game 7, 1986: Failure and Triumph in the Biggest Game in My Life," Darling collaborated with Daniel Paisner. Mets fans from throughout the Westchester area came out for a chance to meet Darling and get his new book, lohud.com says.
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