A show all about New York Mets baseball. Radio host Mike Silva has been opining about the team for over a decade and gives you his unbiased and passionate opinion of the latest happenings with the team. Mike is the "bridge" between the fans and the mainstream media. Guests include beat writers, journalist, influential bloggers as well as former and current players.
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Mike is awesome! He is insightful, balanced, extremely knowledgeable and fun to listen to. I read the negative reviews and just shake my head. This is one of the better Mets podcasts.
I’ve listened to all the Mets podcasts out there, this is my favorite. Mike does a fantastic job covering the Mets every week with great balanced takes and analysis of the team.
Found Mike’s podcast in early March and have enjoyed it since. Mike is a Mets fan but not a homer and is knowledgeable, objective and brings his opinions both good and critical. It’s a bar convo or backyard with some buddies or a random fan talkin Mets baseball. Thanks Mike and LGM!
Mike you’re an incredible host and have made an amazin’ podcast! Don’t listen to the people who say you’re negative, I’m from south Texas and trust me everyone in this state is actually negative to the Mets. So listening to your pod is a nice refresher from someone who actually watches the team. …oh and yes I’d love to see Pete do cartwheels around the bases and maybe roll to home plate like a bowling ball or something but that’s just me lol
I thought I was negative. Bro is talking bad about Pete’s awesome celebration after winning us the game and telling everyone he could see Max’ injury coming. I got enough doom and gloom in my life as a Met fan. Bye
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Talkin Mets launched 15 years ago and published 359 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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