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  • 01:57

    Episode 99: This has been...Shortstop Avenue Audio

    in Baseball

    In the "Grand Slam Single" edition, imagine that, we're talking about a potential shortstop AND a trade the Alderson front office hasn't made. Yes, the Mets were (are) rumored to be interested in Ian Desmond, so Jeffrey and Greg bemoan having to still talk about shortstops, and then proceed to break down the pros and cons of a potential Desmond deal. That still leaves plenty of time to go over the 2015 Mets ZiPS projections and answer potentially incriminating e-mails. All in a week's work on Amazin' Avenue Audio.

  • 01:47

    Episode 97: Yes...it's...Shortstop Avenue Audio

    in Baseball

    In the "“The Podcast is also cursed. That’s bad, but it comes with your choice of shortstops. That’s good! The shortstops contain potassium benzoate. Uh… That’s bad” edition, after a series of calamities befell our hosts (including a dead cell phone during the Rule 5 draft), Greg and Jeffrey finally get around to recording a podcast. There isn't much more to talk about than there was last week, but there is the John Mayberry, jr signing, a Rule 5 draft recap, and the final Shortstop Avenue Audio of 2014 to cover. There is also a terrible cocktail of the week and a whole bunch of your e-mails. See you in 2015! (unless the Mets do something big in 2014, so see you in 2015)

  • 01:39

    Episode 131: The Agony and the Ecstacy

    in Baseball

    In the "Wilmer Flores punches his ticket to Cooperstown" edition, Jeffrey and Steve cover one of the wildest weeks in recent Mets history. There are trades, almost trades, crying over the Mets from fans and players, walkoffs, blown saves, torrential rain, pure misery, and Dionysian revelry. You know, the usual. We also answer eleven of your e-mails. 

  • 01:12

    Episode 121: 2015 "Draft" "Preview"

    in Baseball

    In the, "Uh, I guess we should probably do a draft preview edition," Jeffrey and Alex realize the draft is on Monday. (Well Jeffrey, Alex probably knew that all along). The Mets don't have a first round pick, but that doesn't stop us from wildly flailing around trying to figure out what they might (and also shouldn't) do. We also review the 2010 draft class, read aloud from the Amazin' Avenue Annual, and briefly forget about Jacob deGrom (again, Jeffrey).

  • 01:01

    Mentality of a Knicks Fan (featuring Knickerbocker Avenue)

    in Sports

    As a continuation of fan friendly podcast series, Knickerbocker Ave and the Bleed Blue Show discuss from the fan's perspective of how life is a NY Knicks fan (and Bleed Blue fan of the other teams we root for).  The highs, the lows of how loyal fans we are of the Knickerbockers and how much we crave for the team's success in the National Basketball Association.  You can follow Knickerbocker Ave on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram.

    Facebook: The Bleed Blue Show


    Twitter: @BleedBlueShow


    Instagram: @BleedBlueshow


    www.bleedblueshow.com

  • 01:14

    Lenox Tillman ANTM21

    in Pop Culture

    Celebrating Over 100 Episodes! #ANTM #ANTM21


    Hosts: Jamel, Derrick Dwayne and Flash Gotti


    #MyRealTalkRadio Interviews #ANTM21 Lenox Tillman


    Lenox Tillman - 19, 1.78 m (5'10) from Newnan, Georgia in her journey to become America's Next Top Model Cycle 21 winner. #TeamLenox ♥


    The twenty-first cycle of America's Next Top Model (subtitled as America's Next Top Model: Guys & Girls) premiered on August 18, 2014. It is the 15th season to air on The CW, the 2nd season to feature both male and female contestants. Tyra Banks and Kelly Cutrone will retain their positions on the judging panel. Runway coach J. Alexander will return to the judging panel, replacing former judge Rob Evans while Johnny Wujek, creative director since Cycle 19, will be succeeded by photographer Yu Tsai. In keeping with the last two cycles, social media is a factor in eliminations, with public voting taking place on the show's official page.


    www.MYREALTALKRADIO.com

  • 01:34

    Episode 124: If that's all there is my friends, then let's keep dancing

    in Baseball

    in the "Podcast Positivity is over" edition, apathy may be starting to descend on the podcast. Jeffrey and Aaron do their best to soldier through, covering the recent (bad) news. There's more bad news with Marc Carig of Newday. Then we answer your e-mails about Michael Conforto (getting better), the Mets shortstop situation (not getting better), scouting the stat line (okay, now you have Jeffrey's attention), and the Yankees (#blameBeltran). Jeffrey can't even summon much enthusiasm for the IFK Goteborg update (although he does probably butcher Eastern European football team names).

  • 01:38

    Episode 123: Podcast Positivity

    in Baseball

    In the "Steve Schreiber stole our opening question" edition, Jeffrey and Greg deal with some constructive feedback from the listeners with some constructive feedback for the Mets. More Jacob deGrom and Travis d'Arnaud, less Wilmer Flores at shortstop and bench at-bats for starters. Next we discuss the Dillon Gee DFA and Jeffrey's (last?!) trip to Binghamton. Then it is time for your e-mails on bourbon, the Mets first round pick, the low offensive environement, and (sigh) a potential Daniel Murphy extension. Finally, we wrap things up with Jeffrey grousing about the goings on in South Yorkshire.

  • 00:45

    Follow-up interview with Boricua Author Jonathan Marcantoni

    in Culture

    Please tune in and enjoy our interview with Author Jonathan Marcantoni who will be giving us an update on his "can't put down" book Kings of 7th Avenue. He is a talented Author who's writings grab your attention in a most enthralling way. His latest book Kings of 7th Avenue traces the meteoric rise of one couple and the fall of another against rhe backdrop of Tampa's infamous Ybor City Club district. It is a study on the deeply rooted misogyny and abuse experienced in some of our communities. It will be a an insightful evening and we invite you to join us. Y como siempre, Buena musica, y buena conversacion...


    Take a look at the Kings of 7th Avenue Page on face book.


    https://www.facebook.com/kingsof7thave?fref=ts

  • 01:41

    Episode 122: Not exactly a slow news week

    in Baseball

    In the "First place Mets are in first place" edition, Chris and Jeffrey have a lot of news to cover. The Mets need a new third baseman, maybe. The Mets rotation is no longer six pitchers long, definitely. Players are coming off the DL, probably. Also, Jeffrey got lost in a state park. That is relevant somehow. Next, Chris talks to Anthony DiComo of MLB.com about these stories and more. Then, we answer your e-mails and Chris' computer craps the bed, so Jeffrey has to do the IFK Goteborg update (with a bonus Sheffield Wednesday update) all by his lonesome. Eventually the Mets will make a draft pick too, but not before we finish (though likely before you listen to this).

  • 00:31

    Author Spotlight: Leah Rogers, Survivor of Sex Trafficking & Fashion Stage 2015

    in Entertainment

    Atlanta, GA is ranked Number One in sex trafficking, yet the victims of this horrid industry are rarely ever heard from or seen again. With the ongoing struggle of gender equality and the endless fight for women's rights, it is crucial for us to raise awareness of the small victories in the fight to #EndSexTrafficking!


    Leah Rogers, born August 10th, 1984 is an American former stripper and sex industry worker, who has written an Autobiography called Game Over: The Story Behind A Sex Trafficking Victim, released May 13th, 2015.  The book uncovers her story about the events being inside the life of a prostitute and owned by a savage pimp.


    For more information click here.


    Tonight, we will speak with Leah Rogers to gain insight on her life experiences and how she is using her story as a testimony for others!


    As we kick-off summer 2015, we will take an inside look on Fashion Stage, an event taking place in North Alabama, guaranteed to wow the crowd while serving the community! Tune in to learn how you can help serve in style, at Fashion Stage 2015.