Posted by metscast on March 18th, 2012
So, I'm finally back. I'm also making some changes. I'min the process of moving from podbean to my own hosted sight. In the meantime, I'll also be using a WordPress free site so I can get used to the interface.
This week, I have a quick take on Jose Reyes. As always, feedback is encouraged.
Posted by metscast on May 25th, 2011
This week, Fred Wilpon keeps digging that hole, Justin Turner plays himself into fans' hearts, and some fans voice their love of Reyes
Fred Wilpon's interview in the New Yorker
Don't Trade Jose Reyes Day Facebook Page
The 7 Line's "Don't Trade Jose Reyes" t-shirt Thanks for listening and feel free to leave some feedback
Posted by metscast on May 18th, 2011
Better late than never. I'm getting back on track.
This week, I hit panic mode over the David Wright situation, voice some grievances with the boss, and talk about giving.
Here are the relevant links for this podcast
Box NYC's boxing and poker event
Gary Keith and Ron's BBQ
David Wright's Vegas Night
As always, feel free to leave feedback, and thanks for listening.
Posted by metscast on May 12th, 2011
I'm still alive!
Yes, I'm still producing a podcast, I just had somre real world stuff holding me back. But, thats all behind me for now.
This week, I say hey to a not-so-kid, audition for CNBC, and spend some time down on the farm.
Here's the UZR Primer from Fangraphs.
And here's a cool piece by Dan Valis about Cory Vaughn over at MetsMerized Online.
Feel free to leave some feedback and thanks for listening
Posted by metscast on April 4th, 2011
This week, I have some fun tweaking the other guys, break down Opening Weekend, get on my high horse, discuss FIP, and pay my respects to an icon.
Also, don't forget about Darryl Strawberry's charity poker tournament.
Listen and enjoy. And feel free to send some feedback.
Posted by metscast on March 28th, 2011
Episode 4 is dedicated to the Mets' new General Manager and the method of advanced statistics he helped usher in.
Also in this episode, I finish my interview with Eric Simon of Amazin Avenue, introduce a new segment and give an update of Darryl Strawberry's status, including his charity poker tournament.
Check it out, tell your friends and leave me some feedback.
Posted by metscast on March 14th, 2011
I know it is technically Tuesday, but I had some technical issues to deal with.
Eric Simon stops by to talk about Amazin Avenue, the website and the Annual. We look at Spring Training to see The Kids Are All Right, and a new additon to the podcast.
Intro music! Check out Means, courtesy of the Free Music Archive.
And I also take a quick look at Gary, Keith, and Ron's upcoming charity event.
By the way, MetsCast is now available on iTunes! Hittin' the Big Time now!
As always, feel free to leave feedback and enjoy!
Posted by metscast on March 7th, 2011
2 in a row! Once again pushing the limit, but Episode 2 is up for your listening pleasure.
This week, I wrap up 2010, look at some freebies, talk Wilpons' financial problems, and look at the second base battle again.
Give a listen, then give some feedback.
Thanks a lot and enjoy,
Posted by metscast on March 1st, 2011
Here it is! Finally after months of preparation, the inaugural episode of MetsCast!
This week, I give a rundown of MetsCast itself, Part 1 of the 2010 review, a break down of the positional battles happening in Spring Training and the week that was.
Check it out, tell your friends, and let me know what you think.
Posted by metscast on January 19th, 2011
Thanks for stopping by Metscast. I'm still working on the podcast itself, getting the audio gear ready, prepping a few weeks' worth of content etc etc. Things will be up and running at the start of Spring Training.
Until then, feel free to follow the Twitter feed @themetscast, or like the fan page on Facebook.
Both will be active leading up to the innagural podcast.