Nick Rogan wrote a Broadway Play. On The prowl was the Infamous Theatre Critic, Steven Schwimmer. Nick decided to watch Game 6 of the '86 World Series. The Red Sox led The Mets 3-2 in this Series.
It wasn't to be, as Schiraldi tired out & Stanley threw 10 pitches. One of them was an infamous grounder to Buckner. Rogan imagined that Buckner made that play.
He went to find Schwimmer The Murderous Critic.
Schwimmer confessed that he saw 2 Nights of Rogan's Play & found it to be fascinating drama. There was something which also drove Schwimmer;
I cheered for my prediction of a Mets-Red Sox World Series;
One Nun in 7th Grade told me that it wouldn't happen in my lifetime, but it did;
I cheered for the Mets in 1986;
Now, I call them "The Medellin, Colombia Cartel's Team";
Darryl Strawberry, Doc Gooden & Keith Hernandez were clients of the Cartel(Hernandez in 1988, not '86);
Gary Carter was a consumate "A-Rod-Style Diva", in short, a "Drama Queen", who campaigned to become Mets Manager;
Mea Culpa, Mea Culpa, Mea Maxima Culpa;
Such is life in Red Sox Nation.
Nick's Dad, made a mistake about 1986:
It wasn't a Yankees Town;
It was a Mets Town for a long time;
& MTA-NYC Transit Authority ran NO Articulated Bus Service, ANYWHERE in NYC, in 1986;
A Most-Interesting Dark Comedy, indeed!
Just thank goodness that Series was NOT on FOX;
Click on the Title for "Game6 Film." Thanks!