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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.
 
A show all about Mets baseball. Hear host Mike Silva of MetsmerizedOnline.com give you his unbiased and passionate opinion of the latest happenings with the team. Guests include beat writers, journalist, influential bloggers as well as former and current players. Check out the latest shows and archive at metsmerizedonline.com
 
The Daily Mets Podcast
 
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Mets Brothers
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New York Mets Weekly Baseball Podcast hosted by 2 brothers includes guests
 
First Time Long Time is a New York Mets Podcast that cuts through the BS and gives you the real scoop on the team, courtesy of fictional Long Islanders, Richie Barrone and Tommy Fitzgerald.
 
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State of the Mets
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At the start of each week, MetsBlog's Matt Cerrone looks at the current state of the Mets by recapping headlines and looking forward to the coming schedule.
 
This a show for you, the fans. A New Yorks Mets and Baltimore Ravens interactive talk show for the fans, where you can rant and vent your opinions on everything New York Mets and Baltimore Ravens. Chime in anytime and share your opinions 661-244-9802. Currently since it is NFL season we are exclusively talking Baltimore Ravens and NFL until the start of the 2012 MLB season.
 
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Three level-headed fans of the New York Mets (if there is such a thing) break down the past week in Mets baseball—touching on the key events, analyzing the plays and players, and questioning every Terry Collins decision. Anchored by extensive research and a wealth of knowledge about the history of incompetence in Queens, get your fill of the Amazin’s from Generation Que.
 
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Mets Kingdom
Weekly
 
Talking all things New York Mets & More!
 
The Worldwide Leader in TV Discussion
 
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In The Met's Podcast
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The Blue & Orange Nation Talking Mets Podcast with hosts Vinnie and Mike covering all the latest Mets news and rumors.
 
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MLB.com's Tim McMaster and Mets reporter Anthony DiComo get you ready for the Mets offseason. They update the club's search for its next general manager and look at possible free agent targets who could help the bullpen. Tim and Anthony also discuss who will be the opening day starter at first base.
 
Mike Silva reacts to David Wright's final game, the 2018 Mets season and the offseason tasks ahead. Hear callers give their take on these and other Mets topics of the day.
 
It all ends the way it started in '18; with Noah Syndergaard on the mound at CitiField pitching well. Mets win to wrap up the year; Josh recaps the day and the season, with commentary from COO Jeff Wilpon and manager Mickey Callaway. Thank you for the downloads all year, guys!!! #LGM
 
All David, all the time. Hear the farewell speech. Hear the post game press conference. Josh takes you through a memorable (late) night at Citi Field that includes a 1-0 13 inning win and a new arch-villian. (A guy who had the NERVE to catch a David Wright foul out in his final Major League AB.)
 
854 days in the making, David Wright returned for his second-to-last appearance as a Major Leaguer. The fans went crazy; David spoke about it after the game, and Mickey Callaway weighed in on the lackluster 8-1 loss to Miami. Josh recorded the podcast during halftime of the UCLA-Colorado game in Boulder; you'll love the band.…
 
Mike Silva is joined by Mark Simon of Sports Information Solutions to dicuss Jacob deGrom's historic season from a statistical context. They also chat about David Wright, the 2018 Mets and other fun factual nuggets.
 
Best part of the 4-1 win against Atlanta? Right. The candy corn and cake at Gary Cohen's 30th Anniversary As A Met celebration before the game. (Is candy corn considered a vegetable?) Jason Vargas steamrolls the Braves, two catchers launch long home runs, and the Mets get to within 9 of .500. Josh explores these topics and wonders when David Wr ...…
 
Engrave his name on the Cy Young Award now. Jacob deGrom goes eight, retires the final 20 he faces, the Mets hit just enough and all is right with the world. Josh gives you more than a dozen wacky deGrom stats, all with the same theme -- why was is this hard to get this guy a winning record??? deGrom speaks about his accomplishments and Mickey ...…
 
#5 is alive! And speaking to the media upon his reinstatement to the Mets roster. David Wright sound, John Ricco sound, the plan for David unveiled... oh, and the Mets lost 7-3 to Atlanta, and Mickey Callaway explains why Noah Syndergaard left after 89 pitches and a 3-0 lead.
 
With the Mets off on Monday, Josh rolls out interviews with top Mets prospects. Justin Dunn and David Peterson highlight the DMP and there's a brief lookahead to the homestand as well. Only six podcasts to go for '18 :/
 
Mike Silva is joined by David Laurila of Fangraphs as they discuss his recent interview with Mets manager Mickey Callaway.
 
In a game that set the sport back several years, the Mets and Nats slog through 4 1/4 hours of walk-filled baseball on a soggy Sunday; Josh tells you how bad it got, warms your heart with more good news about "Real Deal" McNeil and offers opinion on which Met(s) could use a change of scenery.
 
Harry Doyle said it best in Major League and Saturday the Mets indeed got one hit off a guy whose last name look likes a typo. Josh reviews what went wrong (including his misunderstanding of "Faith Day"), looks ahead to the series finale, and invokes a song you forgot you knew from Sesame Street. Also, Mickey Callaway speaks.…
 
Get your tux pressed, Jacob. Barring something totally goofy, you'll be accepting the Cy Young Award at the Baseball Writers Dinner this coming January. Lowering his ERA to 1.77, deGrom evens his record at 9-9 as the Mets beat the Nationals. Josh sums up deGrom's credentials, Mickey Callaway explains why he pulled Jake after 88 pitches, and the ...…
 
Bryce Harper gets ejected as does Mickey Callaway... eventually the Mets win in 12. Open the beer fridges! Oh, wait, that's for the Browns. Well, celebrate anyway, since the Mets are now 9-7 vs the Nats this year and have deGrom on the mound tonight. Details once you hit the play button.
 
The Mets get shutout, Noah Syndergaard falters, but at least there's a really cool version of Take Me Out To The Ballgame. Zack Eflin and the Phils bullpen takes care of business... Josh reviews, Mickey Callaway analyzes and Josh reminds you of some pitchers who have been ever worse than tonight's Mets starter Jason Vargas.…
 
Mets lose 5-2, but Josh has insight on why "a triple shy of the cycle" is way overrated, how good Steven Matz has been so good of late, how hard Jeff McNeil has hit Philly, and how much money he's left on the table by not having a RiteAid card. Also, Mickey Callaway talks about the frustrations of letting a lead get away.…
 
Barring a meltdown of nuclear proportions, Atlanta will win the NL East, thanks in large measure to the Mets' dominance of the Phils. Josh recalls some epic collapses just in case, but mostly throws dirt on the Phillies' 2018 headstone... Michael Conforto's season put in perspective, Mickey Callaway on whether or not Zack Wheeler will be shut down.…
 
Ever wonder where Josh gets all those awesome stats? No? well, you'll find out anyway on todays' podcast. Also, a review of deGrom's 12 strikeout performance that somehow did NOT help his Cy Young candidacy... a look at the Philly series, and random observations from the weekend from Mickey Callaway.…
 
Mike Silva is joined by Greg Prince of Faith & Fear in Flushing to remember the career of David Wright.
 
The Mets lose in Boston but there's sound from John Franco AND Mickey Callaway so this is still a podcast worth your time. #SweetCaroline
 
The Mets have won 6 of 7! Celebrate by hearing from Mookie Wilson, exploring some of the fun facts from the '86 World Series, and hearing from Mickey Callaway about why Noah Syndergaard is suddenly 12-3.
 
Oh Captain, my Captain. David Wright will have his swan song after all -- details revealed during an emotional, tear-filled presser. Later, Captain America weighs in on the Jay Horwitz transition, and Josh has details on the doubleheader sweep, two Mets who each hit their first big league home runs, and a quick preview of the weekend series at ...…
 
A record 5 hour 35 minute rain delay makes a scheduled doubleheader one game only, but what a game! A 13-0 massacre of Miami, which Josh gleefully recaps. News on David Wright's return! Sterling Award Minor Leaguers of the Year announced! PR maven Jay Horwitz transitions to a new position and is celebrity- roasted by a who's who of Mets stars. ...…
 
Of all the ways to fall to 8-9 despite a 1.7 ERA; light-hitting Lewis Brinson hits a two run double to sink deGrom under .500. Josh "grand schemes" it... David Wright talks about how it all went in his simulated game and whether or not he'll be back... John Franco tells us why 9/11 never gets any easier... and Jay Horwitz is transitioning out o ...…
 
Rainy days and Mondays always get us down. The Mets were rained out Monday (doubleheader Wednesday now) so once again, Jacob deGrom doesn't get a chance to pitch. Josh has an interview with Todd Zeile to keep you occupied and does an almost painfully deep dive on how bad it's gotten for the Mets when it comes to hitting for average at home. Sta ...…
 
A soggy Sunday means deGrom doen't pitch but almost everybody else does... and it's enough to beat the Phillies and put dent in their playoff hopes. Josh reviews it, gives you National Anthem intrigue, sings the praises of Conforto, and looks ahead to deGrom vs Miami. And, of course, Mickey Callaway tells you who's in a good spot.…
 
Josh almost gets locked overnight in an airport, but finishes of the podcast after the Mets beat the Phillies behind a spotty 11th win from Syndergaard. Josh talks very little about his trip to Norman, OK for football and quite a lot about Jacob deGrom's Cy Young chances. Injury updates from Mickey Callaway... the greatness of both Bud Harrelso ...…
 
Todd follows Degrom through the first 3 innings of his start on September 3rd as he makes his bid for the Cy Young Award in what is becoming one of the greatest pitching seasons ever! Also includes a controversial catch by Frazier that was later proved to be fake. He took a ball from a fan and showed it to the ump.…
 
Mets can't hit much at home. Josh wasn't even there; he's in Oklahoma for football. Still, he has thoughts on the Mets loss, an interview with Mike Schmidt about facing the Mets of the 1970s, and news on whether or not Noah Syndergaard ever met his hero, Ted Danson while in LA. Also, Mickey Callaway tries to explain the team's inability to hit ...…
 
Mike Silva is joined by Mark Healey of Gotham Baseball. Mark and Mike talk about the positive signs with the team in the second half, bullpenning, the starting rotation, David Wright and the upcoming GM search.
 
If you like talking baseball, pitching coach Dave Eiland goes through the secret sauce for each of the Mets' Big Four, and even Jason Vargas as the "fifth Beatle," so to speak. If you like behind-the-scenes stuff, Mets PA announcer Mayrsol Castro meets her doppleganger, the Giants' female PA announcer Renel Brooks-Moon and hilarity ensues.…
 
Sometimes you lose with roundhouse punches, sometimes you win a tickle fight. the Mets blooped and bled their way to a 7-3 win in LA... Josh inhales a Dodger Dog live, talks about Zack Wheeler's amazing second half, throws down some knowledge about Mets-Dodgers history and Mickey Callaway updates potential injuries to both Wheeler and catcher K ...…
 
The Mets get obliterated after taking a 4-0 lead on LA. The bullpen is now ranked 28th in the majors in ERA. Dave Roberts and Mickey Callaway made so many in-game moves the fans got vertigo. A Dodger scored from second on a wild pitch. Jay Bruce let a fly ball fall at his feet. Josh gets exasperated, Mickey Callaway tries to stay positive and t ...…
 
The first episode in a series dissecting the failings of the New York Mets franchise. The Mets failed at the trade deadline and are failing our young players.
 
"I Love LA" fails to play at Dodger Stadium thanks to smiling spoilsport Brandon Nimmo. His 3-run pinch hit 9th inning homer wins it, although once again, Jacob deGrom gets a no decision, Josh has interesting tidbits on Nimmo's Cy Young Award worthy season, explores the magic of Nimmo and previews game two of the series; Mickey Callaway loves h ...…
 
No complete games in baseball these days? Who says? Noah Syndergaard throws an electric 11-K 2-hitter as the Mets cruise in SF. Josh breaks down Noah's upturn, as does Mickey Callaway... and Josh provides a look at what's next in LA, including some did-you-knows about Dodger Stadium.
 
Steven Matz didn't win because - yeah, no run support, correct - but still, 11 strikeouts in a dominating ballgame in San Fran, and the Mets steal a 2-1 victory. Josh laments UCLA's performance at the Rose Bowl but also previews the Noah Syndergaard start today. And tells you why the food at At&T Park is amazeballs. And why Willie Mays was the ...…
 
Mike Silva discusses the looming decision facing the Mets with the activation of David Wright. Hear his thoughts on how this isn't simply about nostalgia but more about business and clubhouse culture. He also dives into the Peter Alonso non-promotion and tells you why it's not a big deal nor a hindrance to his development.…
 
David Wright returns to the team and speaks about his future - immediate and longterm. Josh weighs in on what's next and reviews the 7-0 loss to the Giants. (Zack Wheeler pitched great- the bullpen did not.)
 
With the Mets off Thursday, Noah Syndergaard celebrates his birthday by reading lines with Josh from the movie "Wedding Crashers;" Josh pens a love letter to San Francisco, talks up Zack Wheeler, ponders David Wright's possible return, and tells you which Mets are coming on down the stretch. A jam-packed extra-stuffed podcast; don't miss your s ...…
 
After losing the suspended game, the Mets roll past the cubs in the series finale at Wrigley. Josh recaps, waves some more pom-poms for deGrom (deGrom-poms) and yes, gets to play with Gary Pressy's organ. (Gary is the music director at Wrigley Field.) Josh tries his hand at "Lady of Spain" then preview the upcoming series vs the Giants.…
 
DeGrom doesn't win. DeGrom doesn't lose. Same for the Mets. Suspended due to rain in the 10th, the teams will finish this one today and then play a new one... meantime, Josh plumbs the depths of another deGrom masterpiece that ends up as a no decision. The Mets go 1-for-13 with runners in scoring position and of course deGrom gets the one hit. ...…
 
On a sweltering wind-blown night at Wrigley, Michael Conforto hits the longest home run by a Met in possibly ten years... but the Mets still lose by three. Josh wrings out his polo shirt and gives you the details; Mickey Callaway talks about what Noah Syndegrgaard did and didn't do well... and Josh previews a possible classic between deGrom and ...…
 
After back to back 3-0 wins, the Mets are humbled at home, losing 15-0 to the previously-comatose Nationals. Josh recaps, Mickey Callaway tries to explain, and Josh does a deep dive on his love of hustling ballplayers and of Wrigley Field, where the Mets play next.
 
Mike Silva is joined by Rich Mancuso of NY Sports Day. Rich discusses why he believes Gary LaRocque will be the next Mets General Manager. Hear the guys debate Dominic Smith's development and Rich's view on some of the young players that have recently been called up.
 
Back to back 3-0 wins by the Mets make for a happy podcast. Zack Wheeler cruises and Mickey Callaway spills the secret sauce regarding Wheeler's sudden ascent. Josh also gets inside Nats' fans heads and previews the series finale.
 
2017 form shown in 2018 by two veterans having disappointing seasons. Jason Vargas- six shoutout innings. Jay Bruce- big eighth inning home run off a lefty. Mets shut out Washington! Yes, this happened! Josh recaps and Mickey Callaway speaks to the media.
 
Steer ropin' Madison Bumgarner vs bass fishin' Jacob deGrom was every bit of thepitchers' duel we had expected. deGrom strikes out 10 andloses, Bumgarner runs his scoreless innings steak at CitiField to 33 and Josh breaks down a tough loss to SF. Mickey Callaway weighs in, and Jon Miller updates the Citi Field paper towel situation.…
 
Noah Syndergaard breezes, Jeff McNeill stays hot, and a Hall of Fame announcer updates you on the press box men's room. Josh recaps the 6-3 win, Mickey Callaway talks big about big Dom Smith, and JOsh previews the deGrom-Bumgarner showdown in today's series finale.
 
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