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Mets beat reporters join national correspondents to take an inside look ahead at the story lines and developing news that impact the team's outlook.
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Long time Mets fan and Basketball Hall of Famer Mike Breen talks about his career in basketball announcing and broadcasting as well as his love for the Amazin' Mets.
World Series champion Ed Hearn joins Jay Horwitz to talk about his career, his health issues off the field and how he uses his platform to better the lives of others.
The 2013 NL Manager of the Year, Clint Hurdle ended his playing career with the Mets, then launched his managerial career in the Mets minor league system working with the players like Todd Hundley and many other future major leaguers including a DL stint from the great Keith Hernandez. He shares that story and much more.
Long time Mets broadcaster Gary Cohen talks about his best moments with the team. From his first day on the job, where a brawl broke out at the team photo, to his call of Bartolo's impossible home run in San Diego, plus so much more.
Mets fan and former New York Giants punter Sean Landeta joins Jay Horwitz to talk about playing on Monday Night Football when the Mets won the 1986 World Series, his career in the NFL and his love of baseball.
Jay talks to Ed Kranepool about his recent kidney transplant, reuniting with his 1969 teammates at their 50th anniversary celebration at Citi Field last season and more.
Al Leiter joins Jay Horwitz to talk about where he was on 9-11, why he was warming up in the bullpen during Robin Ventura's grand slam single and so much more.
David Wright talks about his playing career, playing practical jokes on Jay and his t-ball coaching experience.
There might not be two people who know more about the Mets than long-time play-by-play voice Howie Rose and team historian, Jay Horwitz. Listen as they chat about the team's most historic moments.
Listen as Billy Wagner talks about his time in New York, the possibility of being elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame and much more.
NBC Sports anchor Bruce Beck chats about his time covering the Mets over the years, his career as a reporter, relationship with players and the impact of David Wright's legacy.
Former Mets first baseman John Olerud talks about the infamous Ricky Henderson story and opens up about being a part of the great Mets infield during the late 90's.
National TV sportscaster Kevin Burkhardt got his start with SNY, as a life-long Mets fan it was a dream come true. Now Burkhardt is a national voice doing play-by-play for the NFL on FOX. But he hasn't forgotten his roots, he catches up with Jay Horwitz in his latest podcast.
Carlos Delgado sits down with Jay Horwitz to discuss his playing days with the Mets, his charitable efforts and how he thinks Carlos Beltrán will be a great fit as the new manager of the club.
Get to know southpaw pitcher Blake Taylor, as he chats about making the transition to the bullpen, how it contributed to his breakout 2019 season and more.
Bobby Ojeda joins the podcast to discuss his playing days with the Mets, the 1986 championship team and tells a unique story of how he rescued his daughter from the city on September 11, 2001.
Get to know the Mets 2019 third-round pick, Matt Allan as he chats about the moment he heard his name called, first year as a pro and much more.
Get to know Mets left-handed pitching prospect Thomas Szapucki as he reflects on his time in the organization and plans for the upcoming offseason.
Coming off of a season in which he received a Sterling Award for his offensive performance, Mark Vientos is focused on taking that next step in the 2020 season.
Listen to the left-handed pitcher and recent newlywed David Peterson chat about his career year with the Binghamton Rumble Ponies, his time in the Arizona Fall League & much more.
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agiuggio1

I cannot believe that Mets fans actually talk s*** about familia. I'm f****** thrilled that he's back. I get it the world series hurt, but you're also talking about a guy who had more appearances than any other reliever in the league. on top of that he was constantly asked to get 4 or 5 outs a game... other than that eww Jacob rhame

Jan 25th
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