Orange And Blue Thing Season 3 Premiere

Orange And Blue Thing Season 3 Premiere

by The 7 Line February 11, 2019 0 Comments

OABT season 3 will kick off on Tuesday February 19th at 6pm ET on Facebook Live and Twitter/Periscope. Catching up on the offseason, discussing the latest from Spring Training, taking your live calls, and as always giving away some free stuff from T7L. 

Darren will be joined in studio by guest co-host Pete McCarthy. Pete is a familiar voice to many Mets fans from his pre/post work on WOR, and his Sports Zone show was a favorite on a lot of our dials. Should be a fun way for us to kick of season 3 over some cold beers. 

Set yourself up with a reminder, and join us next Tuesday night at 6pm ET on our FB Live and Twitter/Periscope.


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