LIVE from NYC: “The Mets are Mathematically Alive" with guest co-host Nelson Figueroa
LIVE from NYC with guest co-host Nelson "I am happy hour" Figueroa. Talking Mets, drinking beers, taking Q's from the audience, chatting about the first half, All Star Game, Subway Series, David Wright, our scavenger hunt, and more.
Baseball is back, the Mets are mathematically alive, and there are a lot of innings to be played. Cheers to a strong second half.
We can't say enough great things about The Playwright, and the venue worked out perfect. Pop in for some grub and drinks next time you're in NYC. They're located at 27 W 35th street between 5th and 6th avenue.
Hosted by Darren Meenan, our episodes are usually taped live each Thursday at 6pm Eastern (it occasionally varies). We're a pretty visual show, so if you can, try to catch the live stream (or replay) on Facebook.com/The7Line or Twitter.com/The7Line. For now give a listen and if you're in to it, share with your friends, subscribe and leave a review.
An "Orange and Blue Thing" is something that Mets fans can relate to, so that's what we talk about. The comments section during the live stream turns in to a chat room, and the fan engagement is cool to see.
The Mets announced that they're creating a tenured system for their season ticket holders, and a lot of fans are pretty upset about it. Even after this disappointing season, some prices are going up, while some special perks (like Opening Day tickets and postseason strips), are going away for select plans.
We're back from Minnesota after hanging an L on T7LA's calendar. An unnamed Mets staffer said to Darren in Starbucks after the game "hope you had a good time before we shit the bed". We're borrowing a segment from SNY's Off Day Live show and Joe DeMayo joins us. Plus, who snubbed Darren for a selfie at the airport?
Pete Alonso, who isn't toxic, hit his 40th and 41st home run of the season. Lindor, who doesn't get enough credit, hit his 25th home run and stole his 25th base. Ronnie Mauricio, who is finally in the Bigs, went 5-11 in his first series. We're hitting Minnesota this Saturday with 700 die hard Mets fans.