Podcast: Pete Falcone

Pete Falcone, a 10-year MLB veteran and former Met, has joined the Mets Rewind Podcast as a guest host twice a month. On the latest episode Falcone talks about his sign-stealing, baseball oddball Al Hrabosky, his work for MLB replay and his current job as an executive chef.

Podcast: Scott Hairston

Scott Hairston, an 11-year major league veteran, spent two seasons in Queens (2011-2012). Hairston joins us on the latest Mets Rewind podcast to talk about his playing days in New York, his families storied history in the game and life before, during and after his baseball career. 

Podcast: Pete Falcone

Pete Falcone (1979-1982) spent four seasons pitching in Flushing for the New York Mets, compiling a 26-37 record and 3.91 ERA over 145 appearances. He joins us on this episode of the Mets Rewind podcast to talk about growing up in Brooklyn, his days in San Francisco, St. Louis, Atlanta...

Podcast: George Theodore

George Theodore was drafted by New York Mets in the 31st round of the 1969 free agent draft. Theodore debuted with the Mets in 1973 and made an impression on teammates and fans. He joins us on the MetsRewind podcast to talk about his short two-year career in New York.

Podcast: Pat Jordan

The last time Pat Jordan saw Tom Seaver it was 2013. After a long day including breakfast in Calistoga, a walk through Seaver’s vineyard and some baseball banter, the writer and the Hall of Fame pitcher shake hands and say goodbye. Seaver leans into the driver’s side window...

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.

Podcast: Jim McAndrew

Jim McAndrew was a member of the New York Mets 1969 World Series championship team and the 1973 National League champions team. He pitched six seasons (1968-1973) with the Mets before retiring at age 30 in 1974. On this special Memorial Day edition of the Mets rewind podcast, McAndrew...

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 talk about his time in New York, the Amazin’ (and sometimes infamous) 1986 season,...

Podcast: Glendon Rusch

Glendon Rusch pitched three seasons for the New York Mets (1999-2001). During that stint, Rusch made 63 starts, recording a 19-23 record and 4.30 ERA. His tenure with the Mets peaked during the 2000 postseason run where he made six relief appearances, posting a 1-0 record, pitching 8.1...

Podcast: Gary Myers

Gary Myers has been a NFL reporters since 1978. He has written for the New York Daily News, HBO’s “Inside the NFL,” the Dallas Morning News, Sports Illustrated and The Athletic.  I know what you’re thinking: What’s an NFL reporter doing a New York Mets...

Podcast: Bryan Hoch

As a freshman in high school, Bryan Hoch was passionate about baseball — and intrigued about this fledgling technology thing called the internet. It wasn’t long before Hoch married his writing skills — HTML code and baseball — and created a online home for New...

Podcast: Lindsay Berra

Howie Rose has been a Mets fan since Day One. He has more than four decades of reporting sports, more than three decades covering the Mets  (the team he grew up watching). Rose is a name all Mets fans know well. He is our voice of summer as the PBP radio voice for the Mets.