Baseball Night in New York host Doug Williams and SNY MLB Insider Andy Martino bring it every week on the Shea Anything podcast as the guys discuss and debate everything surrounding the New York Mets.
Shea Anything: Mickey's Managing11/05/2018 Duración: 35min
Doug Williams and Andy Martino are back for another episode of Shea Anything, where they take their first real look at Mickey Callaway’s job performance managing the Mets. They also discuss the Matt Harvey trade to Cincinnati and all the twists and turns that led to the deal. Devin Mesoraco - the man who the Mets received in the trade - is also a topic of conversation as the guys take a look at the catching position and how it’ll change once Kevin Plawecki returns from injury. And, finally, Dominic Smith is called up to the big leagues, but is it just for a few games? The guys discuss that, as well, and why Dom may not be the type of player the organization really wants.
Shea Anything: Harvey’s Night Out02/05/2018 Duración: 32min
Doug Williams and Andy Martino are back for another episode of Shea Anything. The guys discuss the team’s recent hitting woes, Noah Syndergaard’s struggles on the mound, the importance of Jason Vargas at the back end of the rotation, and, of course, Matt Harvey’s night out in Southern California.
Shea Anything: Inside the Mind of Matt Harvey25/04/2018 Duración: 31min
Doug Williams and Andy Martino try not to get lost as they go inside the mind of Matt Harvey in the latest episode of Shea Anything. They discuss Harvey’s move to the bullpen, and if this could be the best way for him to get his mojo back. Later, the guys take a more serious dive into Keith Hernandez’s Twitter account and dig deeper into Yoenis Cespedes’ struggles at the plate.
State of the Mets for April 24, 201824/04/2018 Duración: 14min
In this episode, MetsBlog's Matthew Cerrone talks about Matt Harvey, the struggling bullpen, putting Jay Bruce on the DL and what to make of the Phillies...
Shea Anything: Are the Mets good?18/04/2018 Duración: 30min
Doug Williams and Andy Martino definitely give a hoot about Keith's tweets as they sit down for another Shea Anything podcast. The guys discuss the bullpen implosion vs. the Nats and the possibility of a Amed Rosario for JT Realmuto trade. Later, Andy pitches Doug on an idea for Baseball Night in New York, and talks about his post on MetsBlog about Matt Harvey and Zack Wheeler's tenuous spots in the starting rotation.
State of the Mets: Episode 113/04/2018 Duración: 17min
In this week’s show, MetsBlog's Matthew Cerrone talks 10-1, the Fab Five, the coming schedule, the catching situation and, of course, salt and pepper...
Shea Anything: d'Arnaud down and ARod out of his mind11/04/2018 Duración: 35min
Doug Williams and Andy Martino are back for another edition of Shea Anything, where the guys react to the news of Travis d’Arnaud’s partially torn UCL and the latest amazing tweet from Keith Hernandez. Later, they dip into questions from Twitter and discuss Alex Rodriguez’s outrageous contract demands back in 2000.
Shea Anything: Keith’s Tweets and Harvey’s Heroics04/04/2018 Duración: 27min
Doug Williams and Andy Martino debut the new name of the podcast, and explain why they decided on Shea Anything. Plus, the guys overreact on Matt Harvey’s first start of the season, discuss Keith Hernandez’s debut on Twitter, and dig deeper into the Mets outfield and Mickey Callaway’s first week on the job.
Q&Acast talks w/ CJ Nitkowski29/03/2018 Duración: 23min
In this week's MetsBlog Q&Acast, host Matthew Cerrone talks with SiriusXM's CJ Nitkowski about his affinity for Mets fans, the buzz of Opening Day, who must step up for the Mets in 2018, and how Mickey Callaway will handle New York City...
Meet the MetsCast: Our New Show Needs a New Name26/03/2018 Duración: 28min
Doug Williams and Andy Martino debut their new podcast, and they already want to change the show's title. On today's episode, the guys discuss the team's improved health, their bold predictions for the season, and Zack Wheeler's demotion to Triple A Las Vegas.
Meet the MetsCast: Winter Meetings Day 313/12/2017 Duración: 33min
Matthew Cerrone, Steve Hofstetter and Robert Brender recap Day 3 from the MLB Winter Meetings in Orlando...
Meet the MetsCast: Winter Meetings recap Day 213/12/2017 Duración: 24min
Matthew Cerrone and Rob Brender recap Day 2 of the MLB Winter Meetings in Orlando by running down each rumor associated with the Mets from Tuesday, Dec. 12, including whether to acquire Ian Kinsler, how to improve the bullpen on a strict budget, and whether it's better to sign Mike Moustakas or Neil Walker...
Meet the MetsCast: Winter Meetings Day 112/12/2017 Duración: 32min
Matthew Cerrone, Steve Hofstetter and Rob Brender discuss Sandy Alderson's comments in advance of the MLB Winter Meetings and the team's reported approach to spending, roster building and getting back to the postseason in 2018...
Meet the MetsCast: Hey Mickey Callaway!26/10/2017 Duración: 27min
Rob Brender, Steve Hofstetter and Matt Cerrone welcome you to Episode 30 of Meet the MetsCast, and welcome Number 36, new Mets manager Mickey Callaway to New York. The guys react to the hire, and roll through highlights of Monday’s press conference as they start to get to know the new skipper.
Mets Introduce Mickey Callaway as Manager23/10/2017 Duración: 18min
Sandy Alderson and the Mets organization introduce Mickey Callaway as the 21st manager in franchise history.
Meet the MetsCast: Go for Gordon18/10/2017 Duración: 29min
Rob Brender, Steve Hofstetter, and Matt Cerrone are back for another off-season edition of Meet the MetsCast. The guys discuss the latest on the manager search, debate whether Dee Gordon would be a good fit at second base, and talk about how Justin Turner’s rise causes conflicting feelings for Mets fans.
Meet the MetsCast: Seeking a Manager, Leaving Las Vegas12/10/2017 Duración: 29min
Rob Brender, Steve Hofstetter and Matt Cerrone step up with Episode 28 of Meet the MetsCast, as Sandy Alderson and the Mets step up their search for a new manager. The guys check in on the candidates in the wake of the Red Sox job opening, they celebrate the Triple A move from Las Vegas to Syracuse, and they re-evaluate who to root for during the rest of the Mets-less MLB Postseason.