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Amazin’ Avenue Audio, Episode 243: Podcast Like It’s 1999 with Bobby Valentine and Greg Prince

We chat with a couple of guests in this episode.

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The co-hosts split up to interview folks about the late 90s/early 00s, and more.

First up, Brian Salvatore chats with former Mets manager Bobby Valentine about his playing days, his approach to managing, and why he loves Japan. (1:19)

Next, Chris McShane interviews author Greg Prince about his new book, Piazza: Catcher, Slugger, Icon, Star. (13:22)

Steve Sypa then looks at the Mets minor league players of the week for week 11. (38:48)

Brian Wright returns to talk about the top five internal team fights in Mets history. (49:12)

Next, Aaron Yorke looks at the Met's six man rotation. (54:39)

And, finally, Kate Feldman checks in on the Panic City Meter. (1:01:13)

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