OABT S3 E29: Meaningful Games In September, and Pete Alonso is the Mets Captain
The boys are closing in on the second wild card spot, but with under 20 games left to play they're up against the clock. The Mets again can't wear first responder caps during the game on 9/11, but Pete Alonso gifted all his teammates custom cleats to honor the day. Noah Syndergaard isn't happy with having to pitch to Wilson Ramos, Wilmer Flores returned to Queens as a Diamondback, the Mets players wives and girlfriends held a charity raffle and raised $12,000 for the NY Police and Fire Widows’ and Children’s Benefit Fund, and more from this week in baseball with Pete McCarthy and Darren Meenan live from T7LHQ.
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