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Want your Mets fill during Monday's off day? Tune in for the Rising Apple Report at 8 PM!
Joining Rising Apple's Rich Sparago and Sam Maxwell, will be Greg Prince of Faith and Fear in Flusing, and John Coppinger.
There's plenty to discuss Monday night, including the fate of Chris Young, the trade rumors surrounding Daniel Murphy, and the imminent return of Travis d'Arnaud from Triple-A Las Vegas.
Join in tonight for the best hour of Mets talk on the internet airwaves!
Greg Hall is a family man and husband. He is a working man, a community man, a person who cares about his community. And, other than a mistake made some years ago, he could already be in the House of Delegates. However, this hasn't stopped Hall. He is as invigorated as ever as he tells us about life in his neck of the woods in Fairmount Heights. He tells of the history - the rich, rich history there and why African Americans have so much of which to be proud.
The Bedford & Sullivan podcast is back for its 53rd episode!
Joining the show today is Faith and Fear in Flushing's Greg Prince, back to talk more New York National League legacy.
With the Mets in the middle of playing the Phillies for 5 games, we'll discuss some of the history behind the Philly/New York rivalry, as well as some other Giants/Dodgers anectdotes.
So, join us at 12 pm ET for the latest edition of the Bedford & Sullivan podcast!
The Rising Apple Report marches on with its 55th episode! Sam Maxwell will host, with Danny Abriano joining him from the Rising Apple crew.
Calling in is the man who got cut off last week, Greg Prince of Faith and Fear in Flushing. He had his hands in many of the events at the Queens Baseball Convention from this past weekend and will review some of his favorite moments from the inaugural fan fest at McFadden's at Citi Field.
Also joining the crew this week for her first appearance on the podcast is Rising Apple writer Cassie Negley! As is standard with first-timers here on the Report, we will discuss Cassie's Metsian roots.
Oh, yeah! there's some baseball stuff going on, too, kinda! Yesterday, it was reported that the Mets had "strong interest" in signing Bobby Abreu before he knotted it back up with the Phillies. There should be a lot of chuckling in the section of the podcast.
We'll of course go over any and all the latest hot stove rumors and news that pop up throughout the day...
And of course, we'll discuss the best to wear the number 55 in the history of the New York Mets.
So, join us at 6;30PM ET for the latest edition of the Rising Apple Report!
After a tumultuous homestand, the Mets head on the road having collected wins from the last 2 games against the Pirates. They've got a new hitting coach in Lamar Johnson, and Jose "Papa Grande" Valverde is no longer a bullpen member. There's been a lot to discuss since we last gathered here, and to sort through it, Rich Sparago will host with Rising Apple writer Sam Maxwell along for the ride. Joining them this evening will be Taryn "The Coop" Cooper of "A Gal for All Seasons" and later on in the show, "Faith and Fear in Flushing's" Greg Prince.
Two others will join them on the program as well. The Coop will introduce her friend Albert to the program, who is looking to raise funds for his film "Extra Innings," and though a Yankee fan, we will give him a platform.
And screenwriter Brian Winett, a huge SF Giants fan, is looking to raise funds to buy the LA Clippers and turn them into a non-profit institution. Mr. Winett will join us at 8:30 to give us some insight into what he is looking to accomplish.
And of course, number 76 will be discussed, in context of 1976 with no Met ever having worn the number.
A very jampacked show for sure! So, please join us at 8pm ET on the 76th episode of the Rising Apple Report!
The Bedford & Sullivan podcast has reached episode 44! For this one, we bring on a man who has as much knowledge of the game of baseball as I have ever come across.
Greg Prince has been a Mets fan virtually since he was born in 1962. In 2005, he started a blog titled Faith and Fear in Flushing, which he runs with his blogging partner Jason Fry. He is also a published author of a book with the same FAFIF namesake and a couple volumes of the Happiest Recap. Whether or not you're a Mets fan, Greg's writings are a must-read.
He has also adopted the Giants as his "grandfather" team, though his parents were Dodger fans in their youth. To quote Greg:
"Though I retroactively revel in the Giants taking it to the Dodgers in 1951 (or anytime), I cherish both branches of the Mets' family tree and recognize we wouldn't be who we are without them both."
Greg and I will discuss those branches and their Metropolitan offspring.
So, join us at 10AM ET for the latest edition of the Bedford & Sullivan podcast!