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Mike Silva and Joe Buono bring you the week in sports with a New York slant. A one stop shop of quality commentary, hard-hitting debates, intelligent guests and entertaining pop culture references.

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Hear Mike Silva discuss what Brian Cashman and the New York Yankees will do this upcoming off-season. Hear from Steve Lombardi of Waswatching.com, Phil Allard of WCBS Newsradio 880, Frank Russo of the Deadball Era,... more

Mike Silva and Howard Megdal talk baseball as they discuss the MLB Playoffs, Jerry Manuel as Mets manager, the Manny Ramirez Saga, and will there be a bidding war over CC? Calls are welcome at 646-716-8187 or comment in our... more

Hear Hall of Fame Broadcaster Jerry Coleman talk about his favorite moments from the booth. He will also discuss memories from playing in the World Series with the Yankees, service in the marines, and managing one season in San Diego

Mike Silva and Joe DeMayo Lay out the off season focus for Omar Minaya and the New York Mets. Hear early hot stove talk from the Digest Rumor Mill.

Hear Mets fans re-live their favorite moments after the last ever regular season game at Shea Stadium. Expected to join the show is Matt Cerrone of Metsblog, Dana Brand of Mets Fan Book, Howard Megdal of the NY Observer, and Joey... more

Host Mike Silva is joined by various contributors to review the 2008 Yankees season and pose the big questions going into the off-season. Expected to join him is Phil Allard of WCBS Newsradio 880, Joe Delgrippo of NY Baseball... more

Hear Howard Megdal and Mike Silva recap the Mets 2-0 win over the Marlins.

Hear Howard Megdal and Mike Silva recap the Mets 6-1 loss to the Florida Marlins.

Hear Howard Megdal and Mike Silva recap the Mets 7-6 victory over the Cubs. Howard will provide updates strait from the Mets clubhouse

Hear former Met Ed Kranepool discuss being part of an expansion team in New York as a teenager, his memories of the 69' and 73' seasons, and why he was a premier pinch hitter later in his career. Steve Keane of the Eddie Kranepool... more

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