OABT S2 E22: The search is on for a new co-host. The latest Mets topics and more.
Slight technical difficulties getting started tonight. This weeks guest co-host (Josh Oshinsky from Sports Illustrated) was stuck in brutal Long Island Expressway traffic heading to the studio from New Jersey Jersey.
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Mets talk and more from the last week of baseball. Johan Santana's HI57ORY is 6 years old, Noah is on the DL, Matz is banged up, the bullpen has been stinking, Citi Field was actually on fire this week, AND we update you on our new co-host search. If you think you have what it takes, submit your audition video. Details HERE.
Josh also broke some good news for T7LA fans. "Loyal to the Last Out" will be distributed on certain SI TV platforms starting on 6/1, and both Loyal and "Tears of Joy" will air on SI TV in the coming weeks. Check out si.tv and follow @watch_sitv for more details.
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