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Playing for Peanuts

Mike SteffanosFriday, September 5, 2008
By Mike Steffanos

Earlier this year, the SNY network was showing the Playing for Peanuts documentary series chronicling former Met Wally Bachman's return to managing with the independent minor league South Georgia Peanuts.

Producer John Fitzgerald and the Mets network had a falling out and the shows were pulled. You could read about that here if you are interested.

Fitzgerald now intends to air all episodes of his show for free on the internet. If you were hoping to get a chance to see it, now's your chance.

If you're not into watching internet video, there is also a link to pre-order the DVD of the whole series which will be released in October. That might make an interesting stocking stuffer for a Mets fan like me with fond memories of Bachman. Are you listening, Lisa?

About Mike: I was the original writer on this web site, actually its only writer for the first 15 months of existence. Although I am grateful for the excellent contributions of my fellow writers here, I have no plans of stepping back into strictly an editorial role. I started this thing in the first place because I love to write and I love the Mets, and blogging here keeps me somewhat sane. If you haven't had enough already, more bio info can be found here.

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