OABT S4 E4: Elbow Bumps For Everyone. Coronavirus, Mets, and more
Events are being cancelled left and right, the coronavirus is spreading more by the day, and some schools are shut down. Opening Day is just 17 days away. What does this all mean for the Mets? Mets fans have been keeping the Astros Shame Tour going down in Florida, Pete Alonso is pushing for more mic'd up aspects to the broadcast, Joe DeMayo calls in to state his case for Amed Rosario's 2020 ASG campaign, and more. Catch up on the week with Pete McCarthy and Darren Meenan.
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An "Orange and Blue Thing" is something that Mets fans can relate to, so that's what we talk about.
Diesel Donnie has the boys ripping heaters, and getting the bats back on track, the Mets caught an extremely lucky break in Philly, Rhys Hoskins is still a whiny bitch, Governor Cuomo says restrictions are being lifted, Conforto is heating up, Jess McCann learned that Twitter is a cesspool, The Indart's finally tied the knot, we're ramping up our Little League sponsorships for 2022, and more.
Governor Andrew Cuomo says Citi Field's capacity can be raised to 33% in May, but will it? Jacob deGrom somehow keeps getting better, the Mets are still in first place even after their Chicago shit sandwiches, The 7 Line Army is in MLB The Show again, and more from this week in Mets baseball.
The Mets are in first place, but can't stay out of the news for all the wrong reasons. The boys are off to Chicago, and hopefully get their series in versus the Cubs without more weather hiccups. Our starting pitching from deGrom and Stroman has been elite, Howie Rose should be back in the booth tomorrow after some time off with a medical issue, the Mets front office is unfortunately in the news again, Conforto is starting to come around, Nimmo can't stay off base, and more.