This week, we try not to freak out about Max Scherzer and talk All-Star voting, streaming services, baseball brawls, and more.
This week, we discuss the welcome impending return of some injured Mets, Pride Night at Citi Field, and Mark Canha and Taijuan Walker setting an example for what allyship looks like.
Rob and Maggie chat with the Mets’ shortstop and the 2021-2022 Gatorade National Baseball Player of the Year
This week, we talk about the Mets surviving the West Coast, mostly positive injury updates, and more stories about women feeling unwelcome in baseball.
This week, we continue to be cheerful about the 2022 Mets, but we are not as cheerful about the fact that baseball is still not a welcoming environment for the LGBTQ+ community.
This week we discuss how the Mets keep on rolling despite their injuries, the decision to send Dominic Smith to Triple-A, and inadequate stadium facilities for female staff.
This week, we discuss the Mets weathering the storm ahead without deGrom and Scherzer, Josh Donaldson’s comments toward Tim Anderson, and the Yankees and Rays tweeting about gun violence.
This week, we talk about the injury bug catching up with the Mets, Mazeika Magic, and good and bad villains.
This week on the show, we chat about the combined no-hitter, the Mets’ historic comeback victory, our desire to extend Chris Bassitt, the sensory nook at Citi Field, and more.
This week, we have friend of the pod Dr. Meredith Wills back on the podcast to talk about what’s up with the 2022 dead baseballs, what pitchers are saying about them, and what the humidor is doing to them.