May 15, 2004


I haven't been keeping track of the days my husband has been gone; instead, I've been keeping track of his absence by counting the letters I've sent to him. Today is a big day; it's my husband's favorite number.


My husband introduced me to Willie McGee when we met, and I don't think I've ever heard of a nicer famous person. My husband has an old yellowed copy of this article that he cherishes.

We're at letter #51, Blue 6. I sure do miss you.

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1 Ah, Willie McGee. I grew up on LI-NY, and followed the Mets from the bottom of the barrel to the '86 World Series. The Cardinals were their biggest rivals those days, and I tried my darndest to hate them. But they were a team full of nice, humble, hardworking guys who played the game smart. Ozzie Smith, John Tudor, and Wille McGee were especially hard to root against. 51 is a lot of letters. Keep that lost art alive.

Posted by: Bogey Mulligan at May 15, 2004 10:38 AM (m+0PJ)

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