The guys are back, and the Mets podcast is actually mostly sort of taking Mets. Liam and Will discuss Harvey, Matz, Nick Pivetta, Astrubal, Scooby Doo Pa Pa, Nick Pivetta, and more. Then Trevor Stunk drops in for an impromptu late night interview to talk millennial gaming, the Phillies, Nick Pivetta, and host a rousing display of “Let’s remember some guys: early 2010’s Phillies”. Nick Pivetta’s curve is a 6, too bad Liam didn’t pick him up off of the fantasy wire.
After a restless week, the guys are joined by Nick Stellini, fresh off of a Twitter spat with racists and Cleveland sports fans. They talk Jackie Robinson day, Chief Wahoo, the Yankees, the Mets, and Liam’s appendix (RIP). Also, the return of “Better Know A Bar”.
Your least-favorite niche podcast is back. After an inebriated intro recorded from Mets Opening Day, Liam sits down with the notorious Brady Childs of The Dynasty Guru to discuss MLB, fantasy, the fireman bullpen role, pace of play, tv shows, wrestling, and of course, emailing the rival podcast. Enjoy a 3 hour discussion cut down to roughly 2 hours with David Hasselhoff providing awkward transitions to mask the poor editing.
We’re back. Will checks in with Liam, while he’s on the job, outside on Fifth Ave. This is a heavily edited episode and no topic is ever really fleshed out, but the guys talk Mets Spring Training, Jose Valentin, the 102 NRI Ranking List, and 5th Avenue doobie smokers.
They guys get right into their interview with BP writer and the spiritual godfather of the pod Jarrett Seidler. Everything is discussed; from WFAN and A-Rod, to combat sports and wrestling. By the time you finish listening to this episode, the MLB offseason might finally be underway.
In the first half, the Liam and Will open with “Better Know a Bar: New Years Eve Edition (?)”. David Roth comes on in the second half to talk Death By Audio/285 Kent, Atlantic, Mets/Wilpons, Eli Manning, Robinson Cancel, and Liam laying in bed while drinking a Red Bull.