Cousin Sal, the Parlay Kid, and Brother Bri rewatch the first game of the 2000 World Series between the Mets and the Yankees (02:00), hand out awards (25:00), and debate the best plan for baseball in 2020 (32:30). Then the Mets’ starting pitcher from Game 1, Al Leiter, calls in to discuss the pressure felt during the game (38:00), whether he’d go into the Hall of Fame as a Met or Yankee if he were inducted (58:15), watching old baseball during quarantine (01:16:15), and more.
Game 1 of the 2000 World Series: Mets vs. Yankees. Plus: Al Leiter
Rewatching a Subway World Series and chatting with the Game 1 starter about whether he felt pressure, watching old baseball games during quarantine, and more
Plus, previewing ‘Monday Night Football’ between the Lions and Packers
The first slate featured a whopping 21 interceptions, ranging from mundane to iconic. But which one was the funniest?
Larry also weighs in on pandemic fatigue, his issue with voter ID laws being called racist, and the Texas abortion ban