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With fresh (and sober) eyes, Dwight Gooden, who tallied a mountain of strikeouts while leading the 1986 bad-boy New York Mets to a World Series win, shares the most intimate moments of his successes and failures, from endless self-destructive drug binges to three World Series rings.



GenreNonFiction
Sports
    --Baseball
Memoir
TopicsBaseball players
New York Mets (Baseball team)
Baseball
Drug addiction
Professional sports
Personal narratives
SettingNew York
Baseball stadium