Category Archives: Audio

Newest Mostly Mets Podcast

Our guest, Mark Simon of ESPN-New York, enlightens us about defense and defensive statistics. We answer email questions, voicemail questions, wonder how many people off the street could throw 80 MPH, and a performance of small sample size theater. iTunes link is here.

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Episode 41, with Mets’ MiLBer Michael Fulmer. Talking Wright’s pinky, Ike Davis, and Nachos. The iTunes link is here, to subscribe and rate and what have you.

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Newest-est Mostly Mets Podcast

Opening Day edition. Discussion of Johan Santana (including why Johan Santana owns Dan Uggla), Kirk Nieuwenhuis, Booing on Opening Day, and Jon Niese’s extension, in roughly that order. Feedback is welcome. Voicemails and emails are used during the show, so email at mostlymetspodcast at gmail and leave a voicemail at 347 915 METS. And if you’d like to subscribe or review our show, check us out on iTunes here. Happy Easter to those celebrating, and happy baseball to everyone.

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Mostly Mets Podcast, 3/29/12

Last show before Opening Day. We make our final predictions about the NL East, guess the Mets’ leaders in various categories, and briefly discuss the merits of our fantasy baseball league. iTunes link for subscribing can be found here.

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Mostly Mets Podcast, 3/22/12

With Ted and Toby, as always. iTunes link for free subscription, if you’re into downloading that way, is here.

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New Mostly Mets Podcast

New Mostly Mets Podcast. Ted shoots the relatively-intense breeze with Mets hitting coach Vanessa Dave Hudgens, then we talk about the Mets a whole bunch. Specifically, Terry Collins and his friend’s bear, David Wright’s latest malady, and answers to questions from Twitter.

The iTunes link for rating, subscribing and other general iTunes stuff, is here. If you like, send us questions for the show by email (MostlyMetsPodcast at gmail), voicemail (347-915-METS), or by twitter (@PatrickJFlood, @tobyhyde, @OGTedBerg). Peace up, A-Town down.

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New Mostly Mets Podcast. Ted, still live in Florida, chats with Miguel Batista, we ask if the Mets have been unlucky in the recent past, and try to figure out who is the Mets’ best player right now and define what makes a good owner.

The iTunes link for rating, subscribing and other general iTunes stuff, is here. (And thank you to all the presumably-nice people who have written complimentary reviews of our podcast on iTunes thus far.) If you like, send us questions for the show by email (MostlyMetsPodcast at gmail), voicemail (347-915-METS), or by twitter (@PatrickJFlood, @tobyhyde, @OGTedBerg). Cool? Cool.

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Mostly Mets Podcast, 1 March 2012

New Mostly Mets Podcast. Toby and Ted tell tales of sunny Florida (while I talk about rainy Connecticut), we answer some email, twitter, and voicemail questions, and we try to figure out if the Mets can have their own Jeremy Lin. Also, Ted talks to Scott Hairston.

The iTunes link for rating, subscribing and other general iTunes stuff, is here. If you like, send us questions for the show by email (MostlyMetsPodcast at gmail), voicemail (347-915-METS), or by twitter (@PatrickJFlood, @tobyhyde, @OGTedBerg). High fives all around.

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Mostly Mets Podcast, 2/23/2012 Edition

The Newest Mostly Mets Podcast. Toby, Ted and I discuss the beginning of Spring Training, answer some email and voicemail questions, Terry Collins’ early Spring affinity for saying crazy things, and Toby explains why he likes Mets prospect Juan Lagares so much. Also, Michael Jong of Fishstripes and Baseball Prospectus joins us to preview the Miami Marlins and wrap up our NL East preview.

The iTunes link for rating, subscribing and other general iTunes stuff, is here. If you like, send us questions for the show by email (MostlyMetsPodcast at gmail), voicemail (347-915-METS), or by twitter (@PatrickJFlood, @tobyhyde, @OGTedBerg). Thanks y’all.

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Mostly Mets Podcast, 2/17/2012

The Newest of the Mostly Mets Podcasts, this time covering the passing of Gary Carter, the beginning of Spring Training, the best offense in the NL East, and the Dillon Gee vs Jeurys Familia argument in audible form. The iTunes link for rating, subscribing and other general iTunes stuff, is here. If you like, send us questions for the show by email (MostlyMetsPodcast at gmail), voicemail (347-915-METS), or by twitter (@PatrickJFlood, @tobyhyde, @OGTedBerg). Thanks y’all.

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