Start here! Keith & Billy intro the new project which will provide a platform to tell stories and conduct interviews with all things under the Mets roof. The new PDLs have been signed and the boys talk about the Brooklyn Cyclones' new league and touch on Syracuse, Binghamton, and St. Lucie.
In Episode Two, the Mets First Round Selection in the 2020 Draft, Pete Crow-Armstrong joins the show. Pete talks about the oddity of getting drafted and having no where to play, plus his invite to Big League Camp for Spring Training, working out with Dom Smith, social justice and the modern athlete on social media.
Follow him @Jacob_Resnick on Twitter for all of his content and articles. Jacob has been covering the Mets minor leaguers for many years, which is ironic because he is the same age or younger than many of them. Jacob, Billy, and Keith talk about the current Mets Top 30 Prospect List and some important faces to watch in 2021.
Jaylen Palmer (@ucjp9) was born in Canarsie and attended Holy Cross High School in Queens before the Mets drafted him in the 22nd round in 2018. The journey from NY to pro ball is always difficult, especially going straight from high school. But, Jaylen made it look easy - leading the K-Mets in HR in his first full year.
Carlos Cortes can hit. He has since the Mets drafted him in 2018 out of South Carolina. However, he recently had the experience of playing in Australia during the COVID-19 Pandemic when the country's levels were wildly lower than the United States.
Billy and Keith talk with Traer Van Allen, the GM in charge of the St. Lucie Mets and the home of Mets Spring Training. This episode is a great guide for fans heading to St. Lucie, as Van Allen talks about protocols for health and safety...oh and his massive bobblehead collection too.
Take an audio trip with us through the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum with its President, Bob Kendrick. It's an episode filled with stories and laughs and history that every baseball fan would appreciate. For more information on the Negro Leagues Museum visit nlbm.com.
Ed Blankmeyer, a St. John's legend of 20-plus years as head coach, is set to manage High-A Brooklyn in 2021. Blankmeyer talks with Billy & Keith about five major prospects who were at the alternate site last year, missing baseball, and getting into coaching.
Anthony DiComo - (@AnthonyDiComo) - who covers the Mets for MLB.com joins the podcast to discuss his impressions of the Mets crop of prospects in Big League Camp, the challenges of being a beat-writer in a Zoom world, and the monumental task of chronicling one of the most beloved Mets of all-time in "The Captain: A Memoir" about David Wright.
Jay Horwitz is a Mets Legend. He's been with the team for over 40 years, serving mainly as the head of public relations with the team before transitioning to his new role. On this April 1st episode, Jay discusses the legendary hi-jinx surrounding Sidd Finch, the best that never was and much more.
Garrison Bryant dominated the New York-Penn League in 2019, going 5-1 in the regular season before adding a pair of wins in the playoffs. With his performance, the righthander forced his way into any conversation about Mets pitching prospects on the rise.
Just like the players on the field, Houston Astros Radio Broadcaster Robert Ford got his start in the minors. Robert joins the podcast to discuss his time spent as an intern with the Queens Kings, who turned into the Brooklyn Cyclones.
Jacob Wilkins joins the podcast to preview the 2021 Binghamton Rumble Ponies season and tell us a little more about the players who will be calling BINGO home this season
Michal Tricarico joins us to to talk about the beautiful renovations to the ballpark in Syracuse as well as life after Tebow for the AAA mets who will have a different looking lineup with some more seasoned players to start the year.
Adam MacDonald talks about Billy's favorite subject Pete Crow-Armstrong as well as the hot start for Francisco Alvarez who has been tearing things up for the St. Lucie Mets.
Eric Orze talks about overcoming cancer en route to achieving his dreams of becoming a professional baseball player.
J.T. Schwartz talks about life at UCLA and transitioning to the grind of everyday baseball with the St. Lucie Mets. He also talks about his favorite player to watch as a child - and Billy and Keith tell him why he should get a different answer to that question.
Dominic Hamel has been called a spin-rate monster - he explains what that means and how he got the moniker.
From Canada to Farmingdale to Queens - Calvin Ziegler was selected by the Mets in 2021 and is looking to make his mark during his professional debut in 2022.