Podcast: Doug Flynn

Doug Flynn played five seasons with the Mets (1977-1981). He joins us to talk about his time in New York, living in the shadow of the Tom Seaver trade, his small glove and his big hair.

Ignorance is Bliss

Not long ago, Murray Chass published his thoughts on minorities in baseball with a splash of recent statistics, claiming the numbers would “disappoint, if not disgust” the late Jackie Robinson.

The Polo Grounds 1957-1962: From the Giants to the Mets

The New York Giants residency at the Polo Grounds ended not with a bang but with a whimper. On August 19, 1957, the Giants had announced that they would be leaving New York for San Francisco,...

Podcast: Jim McAndrew

Howard Johnson has been labeled one of the “most underrated” players in New York Mets franchise history. HoJo, as Mets fans affectionately called him, joins the Mets Rewind podcast to...

Game Rewind: Mets @ Cardinals (05.24.1963)

Tom Seaver strikes out 13 Cincinnati Reds in a 2-1 loss to the Cincinnati Reds in Game 1 of the 1973 National League Championship Series at Riverfront Stadium.

Link: Jefferies reputation undergoes reconstruction

David Wright was the topic of conversation tonight on Beyond The Booth Live on SNY. Gary Cohen, Keith Hernandez, Ron Darling and Steve Gelbs discussed where Wright ranks among position players in...

Game Rewind: Mets @ Dodgers (05.24.1962)

Tom Seaver strikes out 13 Cincinnati Reds in a 2-1 loss to the Cincinnati Reds in Game 1 of the 1973 National League Championship Series at Riverfront Stadium.

Top 5 Catches in Mets History

Mets Rewind has selected our Top 5 catches in franchise history. Let us know if you agree? Start the conversation by posting your thoughts in the comment section below.

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Davey, Willie, Gil, Terry: Who Did it Best?

This is not a debate, but it is an invitation to join one of the more intriguing conversations in New York Mets franchise history: Who is the best manager in team history?

Podcast: Howard Johnson

Howard Johnson has been labeled one of the “most underrated” players in New York Mets franchise history. HoJo, as Mets fans affectionately called him, joins the Mets Rewind podcast to...

The Fragility of the 1969 Mets

The legend of the 1969 New York Mets has been chronicled in news stories, documentaries, video compilations, social media feeds and books. Since that Amazin’ Mets run, nine of the 31 players...

Rohr-ing Start, Painful End

Les Rohr made his major league debut, a start against the Los Angeles Dodgers, on September 19, 1967.