Podcast: Gary Thorne

MetsRewind continues our podcast summer series from Studio 41, our new podcast home. Former New York Mets broadcaster Gary Thorne joins the show this week. Thorne will call the Mets-Pirates series...

Kiner, Johnson, Stengel inducted into MetsRewind HOF

Mets Rewind has created the first and only Mets Hall of Fame of its kind. This exclusive online Hall of Fame will allow team fans (and baseball fans) decide which Mets players and personnel should...

Podcast: Bobby M. Jones

MetsRewind continues our podcast summer series from Studio 41, our new podcast home. Former New York Mets pitcher Bobby M. Jones joins the show this week. Jones played six seasons in the majors,...

Podcast: Mackey Sasser

MetsRewind kicks off our summer series from Studio 41, our new podcast home. Former New York Mets catcher Mackey Sasser joins the MetsRewind Podcast. Sasser played nine seasons in the majors,...

Podcast: Sid Fernandez

MetsRewind kicks off our summer series from Studio 41, our new podcast home. Our latest guest is Sid Fernandez, a member of the 1986 World Series championship team. Fernandez spent 10 years with...

Podcast: Butch Huskey

MetsRewind kicks off our summer series from Studio 41, our new podcast home. Joining us to kick off the series is former Mets infielder/outfielder, Butch Huskey.

My First Mets Game

In the summer of 1972, I remember climbing into my dads car along with my older brother, Max, and driving from the small upstate New York town of Mechanicville to Shea Stadium. The...

MetsRewind Hall of Fame

Mets Rewind has created the first and only Mets Hall of Fame of its kind. This exclusive online Hall of Fame will allow team fans (and baseball fans) decide which Mets players and personnel should...

Podcast: Buzz Capra

Buzz Capra pitched in parts of three seasons for the New York Mets (1971-1973). He was also involved in the infamous Bud Harrelson-Pete Rose fight in Game 3 of the 1973 National League...

Mets Rewind Bookshelf

If you’re a New York Mets fan, or a baseball fan in general, we hope the Mets Rewind Bookshelf is a useful resource. Please note: This list is not exhaustive. We know their are probably New...

Remembering the Day Hodges Died

April 2, 1972 began like so many other spring Sunday of Gil Hodges’ life. Church and a round of golf with friends. After attending an early Easter service in Florida, Hodges met his coaches...

April 11, 1962: Beginnings

On the eve of the New York Mets first game in franchise history, general manager George Weiss was asked what his goal was for the fledgling franchise.