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Allison McCague Maggie Wiggin Linda Surovich

A Pod of Their Own: A conversation with Bradford William Davis, Part 2

This week, we air the second half of our conversation with Bradford William Davis of the New York Daily News about where baseball goes from here, Noah Syndergaard’s Tribeca apartment, and more.

Welcome back to A Pod of Their Own, a show by the women of Amazin’ Avenue where we talk all things Mets, social justice issues in baseball, and normalize female voices in the sports podcasting space.

This week, we continue our conversation with the Daily News’s Bradford William Davis. In case...

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Kory Powell

Mets Morning News for June 3, 2020

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Your Wednesday morning dose of New York Mets and MLB news, notes, and links.

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Pete Alonso responded to an “All Lives Matter” comment on his Instagram post in a way that made Mets fans proud.

Marcus Stroman, who along with Alonso has been very vocal in light of the death of George Floyd, tweeted a plea for people to be open to change.

The Mets have reopened their spring training facility to players in Port St. Lucie.

Marcus Stroman...

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Mets star Pete Alonso has amazing response to ‘All Lives Matter’ comment

Alonso is obviously not afraid to speak his mind.

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Steve Sypa

KBO Update, May 23 to May 30: Almost Undefeated

Jamsil Stadium | Photo by Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images

We check in on our adopted KBO team, the LG Twins.

As regular From Complex to Queens listeners know, we’ve decided to start following a KBO team in the absence of Mets baseball for the foreseeable future. We picked a team and will post updates on how they’re doing over in Korea. Why the LG Twins?

Represent a major metropolitan area. Share Seoul (and Jamsil Baseball Stadium) with a rival team and compete for fans. Have been a team...

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Steve Sypa

CPBL Update, May 24 to May 30: C-C-C-Combo Breaker!

Ryan Feierabend | Photo by Gene Wang/Getty Images

We check in on our adopted CPBL team, the Uni-President Lions.

As regular From Complex to Queens listeners know, we’ve decided to start following a CPBL team in the absence of Mets baseball for the foreseeable future. We picked a team and will post updates on how they’re doing over in Taiwan. Why the Uni-President Lions?

Tainan City, home of the Lions, is one of the oldest and largest cities in Taiwan Tainan Municipal Baseball Stadium...

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Steve Sypa Lukas Vlahos Kenneth Lavin Thomas Henderson

From Complex To Queens: One man’s worth

This week, the team sits down and actually calculates how much it costs to run a Major League farm system.

Welcome to From Complex to Queens, the podcast from Amazin’ Avenue focusing on the Mets’ minor league system.

In honor of World Milk Day, the team discusses cheese in Promote, Extend, Trade.

After, Steve gives us an update on our adopted CPBL team, the Uni-President Lions, and our adopted KBO team, the LG Twins.

Finally, the team looks tries to break down minor league expenses as...

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Richard Staff

Mets Morning News for June 1, 2020

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Your Monday morning dose of New York Mets and MLB news, notes, and links.

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Not only would Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez buying the Mets be good for the team, it would also be good for the league as a whole.

Baseball may be back one day soon, but Mr. Met will not be among those in the stadium.

As America’s unrest continued, Pete Alonso took to Instagram to give his thoughts and call for justice.

Much like Alonso, Former Mets Team...

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Allison McCague

Mets Morning News for May 31, 2020

Your Sunday morning dose of New York Mets and MLB news, notes, and links.

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Deesha Thosar of the New York Daily News interviewed New York baseball fans about the potential return of baseball and their opinions on the divide between ownership and players.

New York City’s famous baseball bar Foley’s is sadly closing its doors for good—another business that has fallen victim to the coronavirus crisis.

“Racism is engrained in our society/culture and the world seems...

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Report: Alex Rodriguez, Jennifer Lopez still working on bid to buy the Mets

It appears former AL MVP Alex Rodriguez and Jennifer Lopez are willing to put in hundreds of millions of their own cash to purchase the New York based baseball team.

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Alex Rodriguez and Jennifer Lopez reportedly working on new bid to buy New York Mets

“Love Don’t Cost a Thing,” but a Major League Baseball franchise sure does. And when it comes to owning one of them, in particular the New York Mets, Alex Rodriguez and Jennifer Lopez want people to know “I’m Real” when it comes to bidding.

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Alex Rodriguez, Jennifer Lopez reportedly making second effort to buy Mets

The famed power couple are making another push to buy New York's National League squad.

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Report: Alex Rodriguez, Jennifer Lopez preparing new bid for Mets

The Wilpons, who own the Mets, have become more eager to sell the organization amid the coronavirus pandemic due to its financial effects on the organization, according to a report.

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Michael Drago

Mets Morning News for May 30, 2020

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Your Saturday morning dose of New York Mets and MLB news, notes, and links.

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Despite earlier reports that their bid to buy the Mets had ended, Alex Rodriguez and Jennifer Lopez are now apparently making a second attempt.

The Mets are hoping that Francisco Alvarez will develop into a long-term answer for them at the catcher position.

Earlier this week, Sandy Alderson provided some insights on Matt Harvey’s tenure...

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Alex Rodriguez, Jennifer Lopez still working on Mets bid

Three weeks ago, it appeared Alex Rodriguez no longer had any hope of purchasing the Mets. However, it now looks as if he and famous fiancee Jennifer Lopez have re-entered the picture. According to Thornton McEnery of the New York Post, Rodriguez, Lopez and some of JPMorgan Chase’s “very senior bankers” are working on putting together a bid to buy the franchise from current owners Fred Wilpon and Jeff Wilpon.This is clearly a serious attempt from Rodriguez and Lopez, who McEnery hears...

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David Capobianco

64 things I’d rather do than watch 64 hours of Derek Jeter content

Limiting this to *only* 64 was hard.

Yesterday, MLB Network announced that, beginning today, they will run 64 consecutive hours of Derek Jeter’s greatest moments. That’s right, everyone’s favorite Edge-haver will be honored by a nearly three-day long special. It will be hosted by Bob Costas, and will feature 13 of Jeter’s signature games.

Instead of promoting current players to get fans excited about the return of baseball, MLB Network will try to (poorly) replicate the publicity...

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Linda Surovich

Mets Morning News for May 29, 2020

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Your Thursday morning dose of New York Mets and MLB news, notes, and links.

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After announcing that they will continue paying their minor leaguers through June, the Mets then proceeded to release quite a few minor leaguers.

Prospect Andrew Church was one of the players released and did not have great things to say about the organization.

On the latest episode of Beyond the Booth, Gary, Keith, and Ron took fan questions and discussed the...

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Minor leaguer Andrew Church rips Mets over ‘toxic’ culture, seemingly jabs at Tim Tebow

Church went on an epic rant, ripping the organization and seemingly taking a jab at Tebow.

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Travis Taijeron, Andrew Church Among Mets’ Minor Leaguers Released

Christian James/Photo by Ed Delany, MMO Thursday was a rough one for Major League Baseball with multiple teams releasing a significant amount of minor leaguers.

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Mets release significant number of minor league players

Robert Whalen at Mets spring training in 2014 | Chris McShane The team has committed to paying those who remain $400 per week through June. The Mets have released a significant number of minor league players today, with Michael Meyer tweeting that the total is between 35 and 40 of them.

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