Ep 9: Orange and Blue Thing

by Darren Meenan February 24, 2017 0 Comments

Really fun episode this week. The guys welcomed Sports Illustrated executive producer Josh Oshinsky to the show to chat about the upcoming documentary about The 7 Line Army. Get a behind the scenes taste and details about the premiere party on Long Island next month.

As usual we get to our clip of the week (Sports Illustrated exclusive), follows, posts and newly added voice memo's (send us one for next week). Just two guys sipping beers and chatting about random Mets stuff. It's fun.  

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