Mets V.P. of alumni relations and team historian Jay Horwitz takes fans into the team archives with interviews of former players, coaches and other interesting people around the team over the years.
Orosco Shares Stories from the Mound
World Series champion Jesse Orosco joins the podcast to discuss the 1986 season and share some moments from that championship season.
Terry Collins Talks Mets Career
Former Mets manager Terry Collins talks about his time with the Mets. He shares stories from the bench including his perspective of being a part of Johan Santana’s no-hitter, the Mets 2015' playoff run, his infamous mic’d up moment and so much more.
Bobby Jones Shares Amazin’ Comeback
Right-handed pitcher Bobby Jones talks about his Mets career. He provides a first-hand account of striking out Ken Griffey Jr. and Mark McGwire back-to-back in the 1997 All-Star Game, his Subway Series appearance and so much more.
John Franco Reflects on September 11
On the 19th anniversary of the attacks of September 11th, John Franco joins Jay Horwitz to reflect on that day in 2001. John provides a detailed account of that day and the days and weeks following and how he and the team contributed to the healing process.
Todd Zeile Talks Transition from the Field to the Studio
Former Met Todd Zeile talks about the being a part of the 2000 NL champion Mets, his transition to the SNY studio and much more.
Doc Gooden Relives his 1985 Cy Young Season
Doc Gooden joins Jay Horwitz to talk about his dominant 1985 season. In 1985 Doc didn’t experience a sophomore jinx, going 24-4 with a 1.53 ERA on the way to the NL Cy Young. He remembers his teammate Gary Carter, and so much more.