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Run Time: 2:00:08
0:00- Musical Intro
1:45- Jeffrey has been listening to I'm Your Man a lot lately.
2:15- Much Ado about Santana.
6:58- Was Santana tipping his pitches?
7:50- Jeffrey completely forgets that John Buck was on the Marlins last year.
9:30- What can Mets fans really expect from Santana in 2013?
11:15- If Santana isn't ready for Opening Day, who gets the call?
18:27- How good can Matt Harvey be?
24:20- Harvey vs. Wheeler, redux.
26:00- A discussion of Mets facial hair.
28:45- A breakout year for Dillon Gee?
33:40- Jon Niese is also a pitcher on the 2013 Mets.
37:35- Jeffrey comps Niese to Gio Gonzalez (N.B. Jeffrey already regrets this).
40:45- Rob thinks Niese makes a pretty good trade chip.
46:15- Anybody else want to start for the 2013 Mets?
51:21- It's the overnight hour with Chris McShane.
52:35- Chris' memories of Port St. Lucie.
53:57- Domingo Tapia throws hard, you guys.
55:33- Rafael Montero is upworthy.
57:50- Chris makes his 2013 King of Spring Training (KOST!) prediction.
59:15- What to do in Port Saint Lucie.
1:00:33- Jeffrey wants the scouting report on the Mets bowling team.
1:03:00- Dos and Don'ts of Spring Training.
1:10:30- What makes Montero stand out among other backend Top 100 prospect candidates?
1:15:05- How will Montero take to AA?
1:19:17- Chris' projection of Rafael Montero.
1:23:00- Josh Satin gets mentioned (but not by Jeffrey!)
1:24:53- Chris has praise for Michael Fulmer as well.
1:30:47- Chris talks about formulating a prospect list.
1:35:00- Ranking players you've seen versus players you haven't.
1:40:30- Letting go of your first opinion of a player.
1:47:55- E-mail time!
1:50:05- Jeffrey derails the podcast again to talk about bowling.
1:51:29- Does one actually need more Cowgill?
1:55:43- A new slogan for grission.com.
1:57:30- Amazin' Avenue has t-shirts, you guys.
1:58:00- And don't forget about the Amazin' Avenue Regional Gathering Here, this Saturday at The Ginger Man in Manhattan.
Don't forget to send us e-mail questions at email@example.com and tune in next week when we discuss the Mets relief pitching and kick off our 2013 NL East previews for real this time.