The Mets are having an exciting couple of weeks, so this week’s show is a Metstravaganza. Ringer staff writer Michael Baumann brings on Zach Kram to talk about the recent Jeurys Familia trade and the potential Jacob deGrom trade (02:00). Editor-in-chief Sean Fennessey explains what the Wilpon ownership group is doing wrong, and what it’s like to root for a team that can’t get out of its own way (19:30). Finally, Ben Lindbergh speculates on where the franchise might head from here, and when the Mets might be competitive again (42:30).
Hand, Foot, and Mets Disease
Ringer staffers talk trouble in Queens: What are the Wilpons doing wrong? When will the Mets ever be competitive again?
The Midnight Boys discuss the controversial CGI and their expectations for the series
The longtime host and DJ discusses his iconic interviews with music stars like Sade and Vesta Williams
David discusses how three words, "Die Rocky Die" (and two others: "Rocky sucks"), led to Dwayne "the Rock" Johnson becoming one of the biggest stars the business has ever seen
Phil has been skating around the edges for decades. But now, on the anniversary of his career-defining PGA Championship win and following a series of highly controversial remarks about, well, everything, Mickelson’s reputation hangs in the balance. Can Lefty make one more masterful escape?
Bonnie Raitt has been a lot of things—a blues singer, a rock singer, arguably a jazz singer, occasionally a country singer, and eventually a blockbuster pop singer—and on "I Can’t Make You Love Me," she pronounced herself the purveyor of a timeless, wrenching classic