Mets on Campus – Episode 10 w/Justin Fried and Josh Finkelstein

The “Mets on Campus” podcast celebrates its 10th episode milestone as we bring to you our Post-Trade Deadline extravaganza! In this episode, we recap the Trade Deadline deals as well as review the Mets status after the July 31st deadline. Featuring another edition on “What Makes Josh Mad?” and the …

Mets on Campus – Episode 9 w/Justin Fried and Josh Finkelstein

This episode of the “Mets on Campus” podcast features an exciting pre-Trade Deadline spectacular as we break down the upcoming July 31st non-waiver period cutoff date. As in true “Mets on Campus” fashion, we are sure to get some things wrong and this will be made VERY evident to some …

MLB First Half Review

The first half of the MLB season is in the books and what a weird season it has been so far.  Home Runs are being hit at an alarming rate, traditional leadoff hitters are dying out, the defending World Champion Cubs are under .500, and the Dodgers and Astros look …

Mets on Campus – Episode 8 w/Justin Fried and Josh Finkelstein

The Mets may have thrown in the proverbial towel on the season, but the “Mets on Campus” grind will never stop BABAY! Alright now let’s calm it down, shall we. This episode features a look at the new role the Mets will play in the upcoming Trade Deadline including potential …

Mets on Campus – Episode 7 w/Justin Fried and Josh Finkelstein

It may be hot and sunny outside, but the “Mets on Campus” grind never stops! In this episode we take time out of our “busy” summer vacation to talk about Flushing’s favorite baseball team. We discuss the returns of key players such as Yoenis Cespedes and Steven Matz as well …

Mets on Campus – Episode 6 w/Justin Fried and Josh Finkelstein

Things get heated on the latest edition of the “Mets on Campus” podcast as the introduction of a new segment, “What Makes Josh Mad?”, is enough to get tempers flaring and people staring (#barz). This will be our final podcast before summer break, however we will try and get as …

On the Clock

In recent years, time has become quite an issue in Major League Baseball games. Since the mid-1900s, baseball games have gradually become longer. The pace of the game has slowed down significantly, and it is seriously affecting the MLB’s popularity. Commissioner Rob Manfred is not a fan of the wasted …

Interview with Metsmerized Writer Joe Decaro

Joe Decaro writes about the Mets on his website http://metsmerizedonline.com/. I have always enjoyed reading what he writes on the website and think you should read his work. I appreciate the time he took to answer questions about his experiences writing about the Mets, team expectations, and the N.L. East. Why …

The Big Three in Citi

The Big Three The Mets have always been a franchise that has built itself up with strong pitching rotations. When they have successfully built up a strong deep rotation with multiple aces at the top good things have happened. That situation has come, and there are three true aces on …

Mets on Campus – Episode 5 w/Justin Fried and Josh Finkelstein

BASEBALL IS BACK! In episode 5 of the “Mets on Campus” podcast we break down the first week of New York Mets baseball including our take on the highly debated Curtis Granderson/Michael Conforto situation. Featuring another edition of Thor’s Thread and the return of the ignominiously named “Mr. Steal Yo …