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 Championship Series. Capra talks about his time in New York, playing with both Willie Mays and Henry...
Shawn Estes is our guest today on the MetsRewind Podcast. Estes pitched 13 seasons in the majors including one season with the Mets (2002). His first full season in MLB: Estes recorded a 19-5 record, made the NL All-Star team and led the SF Giants to the postseason.
Richard Allen White is a 12-year MLB veteran (1994-2007). He played for 11 different major league clubs over his 12 year career, including parts of two season with the New York Mets (2000-2001). He is the definition of a “journeyman.”
Lenny Randle is a baseball icon. MLB called him the “Forrest Gump of Baseball” for his innate ability to show up in some of the game’s most memorable moments. Randle played two seasons with the Mets (1977-1978) and batted .304 in 136 games in ’77. He joins the...
Bob Apodaca pitched his entire, albeit brief, major league career (1973-1977) with the New York Mets. Over five seasons in New York Apodaca compiled a 16-24 career mark with 2.86 ERA. Apodaca joins the MetsRewind podcast to reflect on his 50 years in professional baseball.
Heath Bell pitched 11 major league seasons (2004-2015) including three with the New York Mets (2004-2006). He is a three-time All-Star (2009-2011). He also pitched for the San Diego Padres, Florida Marlins, Arizona Diamondbacks and Tampa Bay Rays.
Doug Sisk pitched six seasons for the New York Mets (1982-1987), compiling a 17-16 record and a 3.10 ERA with the team. Overall, Sisk pitched nine major league seasons (Mets, Braves and Orioles). He joins the MetsRewind podcast to share his memories of pitching in New York.
Mayer, the executive editor for Metsmerized Online, published his first words on his battle with COVID-19. On this special edition of the MetsRewind podcast, Mayer shares his story.
Joe McIlvaine remembers the first time he met Lenny Dykstra. It was 1981 in Southern California and McIlvaine was attending a summer tryout camp as the rookie scouting director for the Mets.