Programming Alert: Marc Carig to Appear on Season Premiere of Orange and Blue Thing, Mickey on Episode 2

Programming Alert: Marc Carig to Appear on Season Premiere of Orange and Blue Thing, Mickey on Episode 2

by The 7 Line December 21, 2017 0 Comments

Quick programming note for the Season 2 premiere of Orange and Blue Thing. 

Newsday's Marc Carig will be our guest on December 28. New Mets skipper Mickey Callaway will be in New York on January 4, so we're going to have him on while he's in town.

Obviously, between his reporting on the team's spending restrictions and his criticism of ownership, Marc has been making some big waves this offseason. It's the issue all Mets fans want to talk about, and we think it's a good opportunity to get a little more insight on the man who is becoming the premiere reporter on the Mets beat.

Tune in one week from today, Thursday, December 28 at 6:00 PM Eastern, live on Facebook.com/The7Line. Set a reminder to join us, and call in if you'd like to join the program.




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