Amazin' Avenue Audio, Episode 74: David Wright's struggles and trade deadline talk

We maybe sort of finally kind of lose it when talking about the Mets.

Run Time: 1:44:44

In the "See you in hell, Marlins" edition, we hope that you have been yearning for the (good?) old days of weekly, near-two-hour podcasts. In Episode 74, Greg and Jeffrey discuss David Wright's recent struggles, the lack of Mejia hair merchandise, the NYC media's attempts to troll us personally, whether and what the Mets should sell at the trade deadline, how excited Jeffrey is about the Kingsport roster, and what midseason minor league promotions have caught our eye. And that's before we get to your seven (7!) e-mails this week. It's almost as long as an actual Mets/Marlins game.

As always, you can listen or subscribe to the podcast through iTUNES, find us on the stitcher app, listen through the embedded player below, or download the podcast directly from Blog Talk Radio.

Don't forget you can e-mail the show at podcast@amazinavenueaudio.com. And tune in next week, when we might be recording the podcast on Jeffrey's iPhone or something.

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