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The Locked On Mets Podcast is the only daily podcast that will break down everything dealing with the Amazin’ Mets. Hosted by Ryan Finkelstein, Locked On Mets promises to deliver excellent coverage on every win, loss and compelling back page story that consumes Mets fans each season. There is no better place to get daily analysis on the New York Mets. Part of the Locked On Podcast Network, #MLB #Mets #LGM
 
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The New York Mets had their last game against the Philadelphia Phillies rained out on Thursday and now head to the tundra that is Denver, to face the Colorado Rockies. We preview this weekend's series, where the Mets have a great opportunity to keep this winning streak alive. Host Ryan Finkelstein also checks in on some former Mets around the leagu…
 
The New York Mets are on a three-game winning streak, as they once again beat the Philadelphia Phillies last night. David Peterson was excellent going against former Met Zack Wheleer, and tying his career-high with 10 strikeouts. Host Ryan Finkelstein breaks down the biggest takeaways from the game and identifies a problem the Mets could run into w…
 
The New York Mets swept the Philadelphia Phillies on Tuesday, winning both games of their doubleheader, which vaulted the Mets into first place! Host Ryan Finkelstein issues an apology to Jonathan Villar, who picked up two big hits in the doubleheader, including the walk-off knock in Game 1. We also discuss if this was a turning point in the season…
 
The New York Mets have a pivotal day of baseball ahead of them, as they will face off against the Philadelphia Phillies for a doubleheader. Host Ryan Finkelstein breaks down the importance of winning today's games as the rest of the week will be a gauntlet for the Mets pitching staff to survive. Also, Rob Piersall joins the show to discuss his Real…
 
The New York Mets only played one game over the weekend, losing another Jacob deGrom start, before Sunday's series finale was rained out. What will it take for the Mets to forget about a rough first week of the season and get back on track against the Philadelphia Phillies this week? Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a p…
 
In Episode 275 of For All You Kids Out There, Jeffrey and Jarrett have new Mets baseball to talk about. Only one problem: It's a lot like old Mets baseball. It's the same old podcast for sure as we talk about Jazz Chisholm Jr. for ten minutes in there as well. Then in the third half of the show we answer your correspondence and (Jarrett) briefly re…
 
The New York Mets won their home opener in dramatic, yet controversial, fashion, as Michael Conforto had a walk-off hit-by-pitch. Still, that ending shouldn't take away from some other key contributions from the Mets, as Taijuan Walker had an excellent first start and Jeff McNeil hit a game-tying home run in the ninth. Support Us By Supporting Our …
 
The New York were crushed by the Philadelphia Phillies in their series rubber match on Wednesday. What went wrong with the pitching and are the Mets problems hitting with runners in scoring position from last season returning? Can Jonathan Villar actually thrive in a bench role for the Mets? Also a series preview of what lies ahead against the Miam…
 
The New York Mets earned their first victory of the season on Tuesday, behind some great pitching from Marcus Stroman and eight runs scored by the offense. Dominic Smith and Pete Alonso each homered, showcasing some of the promise this lineup has in 2021. The bullpen is still a concern for the Mets however, as no one has looked great coming out of …
 
The New York Mets dropped their series opener to the Philadelphia Phillies by a score of 5-3, despite another vintage performance for Jacob deGrom. Will the sub-par play in deGrom's starts ever end? Also manager Luis Rojas made some questionable decisions that helped lead to the Mets loss. What can he do to get better and is there any avoiding Roja…
 
Today is Opening Day 2.0, as the New York Mets finally get to start their 2021 season! Along with previewing the first series of the season, we spend the show focusing on Jacob deGrom's legacy with the Mets and his next contract with the club. Reports came out over the weekend that suggest deGrom and the team had preliminary discussions this spring…
 
The New York Mets have to wait a few more days to start the 2021 season, as the Washington Nationals are dealing with a COVID outbreak that has postponed Opening Day. In the meantime, Mets fans still have the Francisco Lindor extension to celebrate as he spoke with the media on Thursday. Along with reacting to some of the audio from Lindor's presse…
 
Today is finally Opening Day as Jacob deGrom and the New York Mets are set to face off against Max Scherzer and the Washington Nationals. In this Opening Day special, we are joined by Mets historian Brian Wright to talk about the team's storied history on Opening Day and the excitement around the team for this upcoming season. Support Us By Support…
 
The New York Mets have signed superstar shortstop Francisco Lindor to a record-setting 10-year, $341 million contract! What does this mean for the team now and into the future as the Steve Cohen era is officially set to begin. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.co…
 
Today is another Division Day crossover special, as host Ryan Finkelstein was joined by Dan Wilson, host of Locked On Phillies. The two discuss the longstanding rivalry between the New York Mets and the Philadelphia Phillies and the state of each team heading into the 2021 season. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a prot…
 
The New York Mets are in the middle of negotiating a huge contract extension for superstar shortstop Francisco Lindor. Will the two sides come to terms on a deal before Lindor's Opening Day deadline? Also Rob Piersall of Metsmerized joins the show to talk about his exclusive interview with Marcus Stroman. What did he learn from talking to the star …
 
The New York Mets roster is essentially set, as they released Mike Montgomery Sunday night and announced that Robert Gsellman has made the Opening Day roster. Did the Mets make the right decision going with Gsellman over Montgomery? For the latest installment of our preseason power ranking series, today we take a look at starting rotations! Who has…
 
In Episode 272 of For All You Kids Out There, Jeffrey and Jarrett discuss the Francisco Lindor extension that has not yet been signed, the Michael Conforto extension that likely won't be signed and some late breaking roster news in the first half of the show. In the second half of the show we are joined by David Roth of Defector Media to preview th…
 
With just a week remaining in camp for the New York Mets, the Opening Day roster is all but decided. We have a pretty good idea what the starting lineup, rotation and bench will be, with the only area left up for debate being the bullpen. Who is fighting for the last few spots on the roster and who has the edge to grab them? Also, listen for a prev…
 
The New York Mets made a surprising move on Wednesday, optioning spring standout Jordan Yamamoto to Triple-A. Yamamoto was excellent in camp thus far, but now is set to receive more development in the minors. Yesterday was also the debut of Locked On Mets on the Locker Room app. Listen as fans of the show get their chance to talk Mets baseball with…
 
In part two of this two-part division day crossover, host Ryan Finkelstein is once again joined by Aram Leighton, host of the Locked On Marlins podcast. Were the New York Mets and the Miami Marlins the two teams most impacted by having no DH this season and how do they manage their imperfect rosters without it? Are the expectations for the Mets Wor…
 
In part one of this two part division day crossover episode, host Ryan Finkelstein is joined by Aram Leighton, host of the Locked On Marlins podcast. They discuss the Miami Marlins ending an 18-year playoff drought last season and what that meant to their fan base. How do the Marlins compare to the Philadelphia Phillies and the Washington Nationals…
 
In part two our annual series ranking position groups in the NL East ahead of Opening Day, we now look towards the infield, as host Ryan Finkelstein ranks each team's infielders to see how the New York Mets stack up to their division rivals and who has the best infield in the NL East.Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a p…
 
In Episode 271 of For All You Kids Out There, Jeffrey and Jarrett believe in truth in advertising, so see the title. Jeffrey introduces the show a full 12 minutes in (which is not a record mind you, but still) after a discussion of Jacob deGrom shoving in spring and how to grade Dustin May's fastball. We eventually get into the Carlos Carrasco inju…
 
The New York Mets got awful news on Thursday, as starter Carlos Carrasco has a torn hamstring and will be out of the rotation for the first few months of the season. Can the Mets rotation survive without Carrasco and who is going to step up in his absence? On a lighter note, today is the 500th episode of Locked On Mets! Host Ryan Finkelstein is joi…
 
On part two of this division day crossover with Locked On Nationals host Josh Neighbors, we discuss which team's in the National League stand the best chance of making the playoffs in 2021. Also after a great start on Wednesday, where does Joey Lucchesi stand in the battle to make the Mets Opening Day rotation? Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors…
 
In part one of this division day crossover with Josh Neighbors, host of Locked On Nationals, we discuss the Mets great offseason and the excitement centered around the team heading into the 2021 campaign. Also do the Nationals have enough in their lineup to compete with the potent offense the Mets have in Queens? Support Us By Supporting Our Sponso…
 
Today marks the beginning of our annual series ranking position groups in the NL East ahead of Opening Day. We begin with outfield, as host Ryan Finkelstein ranks each team's outfielders to see how the New York Mets stack up to their division rivals and who has the best outfield in the NL East. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built…
 
Luis Guillorme had maybe the best impressive spring training at-bat in New York Mets history on Sunday, working a walk in a 22-pitch at-bat against one of the hardest throwers in baseball. How much playing time does Guillorme warrant heading into the 2021 season? The competition for the fifth starter role for the Mets is deep right now, but which p…
 
In Episode 270 of For All You Kids Out There, Jeffrey and Thomas review Dom Smith's Premiere League fandom and the early spring training games, before chatting about the 2021 Mets rotation with Baseball Prospectus's Lucas Apostoleris. We also answer your correspondence, making some over/under bets and considering the Mets defense before wrapping th…
 
Ty Wilkes, host of the Mets Maniacs podcast joins the show to talk about expectations for the New York Mets heading into the 2021 season. Are the Mets primed to win the division with the additions they made this offseason, or could a shaky bullpen haunt them again this year? Also listen for a breakdown of Friday's game, as Marcus Stroman continues …
 
The New York Mets pitched a brilliant game on Thursday night, as Jacob deGrom led the pitching staff with seven strikeouts in just three innings pitched. The K's continued to stack up all game, with New York striking out 17 Astros. We also got a glimpse of the Opening Day lineup, which will be so potent that Jeff McNeil may bat sixth. Along with br…
 
In part two of this division day crossover with Dylan Short, host of Locked On Braves, we continue to discuss the two teams who are considered favorites to win the NL East by doing position-by-position breakdowns. Who is better at second base, Jeff McNeil or Ozzie Albies? At catcher between James McCann and Travis d'Arnaud? And which team has the b…
 
In part one of this division day crossover with Dylan Short, host of Locked On Braves, we discuss the two teams who are considered favorites to win the National League East. Have the New York Mets added enough pitching this offseason to compete with the Atlanta Braves? How much of a concern is the Mets bullpen and defense when compared to the reign…
 
Pete Alonso endured a sophomore slump in 2020, but should be primed for a bounce back campaign in 2021. What will it take for Alonso to return to the form from his rookie year, where he led the National League in RBI? Host Ryan Finkelstein also recaps the Grapefruit League action from over the weekend. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built B…
 
It's time for our biennial Andy Money appearance, and we chat Devils hockey, weird indy wrestling venues in the tri-state area, and yes even a little bit about the 2021 Mets. For more 2021 Mets content though, we have Thomas Henderson from Amazin' Avenue to preview the outfield and make some just under the wire AEW Revolution mystery debut predicti…
 
Host Ryan Finkelstein breaks down Thursday's win over the Washington Nationals, where Pete Alonso and Brandon Nimmo both hit home runs to power the New York Mets to a victory. Ryan also talks about the performance of Dellin Betances and Jeurys Familia and the concerns over if they can produce out of the Mets bullpen. Finally, with the news that all…
 
Host Ryan Finkelstein breaks down the last few days of Grapefruit League action, which brought us the first telecast on SNY of this spring. He discusses Marcus Stroman's first start, as well as the emergence of new faces in camp for the New York Mets like Jordan Yamamoto and Kevin Pillar. Finally, Ryan gives his early prediction on what the Mets be…
 
Host Ryan Finkelstein is joined by Jeremy Lawless, host of the CLETribeCast to talk about Francisco Lindor and Carlos Carrasco. Lawless explains why Cleveland fans have soured on Lindor since his departure, but breaks down what he bring to the table for the New York Mets. He also raves about everything “Cookie” brings to the Mets, both on and off t…
 
The Grapefruit League is under way, as the New York Mets played their first spring training game on Monday. Prior to the game, team president Sandy Alderson spoke with the media and talked about the team's offseason. Is he happy with his team heading into the season? Also, today Matt Musico of Metsmerized joined the show to talk about his latest pi…
 
In Episode 268 of For All You Kids Out There, Jeffrey and Jarrett are joined by Allison McCague to preview the Mets infield. We propose extensions for several players, try to figure out what 2021 Pete Alonso will look like, and wonder how many at-bats Jonathan Villar will get. Then in the third half of the show we mostly preview AEW Revolution.…
 
Exploring some of the x-factors for the New York Mets in the 2021 season, we take a look at Sam McWilliams and the potential impact he could have as a dynamic arm coming out of the bullpen. Also as J.D. Davis appears set to receive a lot of playing time at third base, what can the Mets expect out of the 27-year-old? Also Thomas Hall of Metsmerized …
 
The New York Mets top pitching prospect, Matt Allan, is one of the budding stars in this year's camp, as he has received rave reviews from coaches and players alike. Allan is being mentored by the best pitcher on the planet in Jacob deGrom, promising a bright future for the young hurler. Along with talking about Allan, we also cover some of the run…
 
Millard Thomas, host of Locked On Diamondbacks, joins the show to give his take on what the New York Mets are getting in Taijuan Walker. Thomas shares his take on Walker's years in Arizona and their decision to non-tender him prior to the 2020 season. He also explains where Walker finds success as pitcher and what fans can expect for him over the n…
 
Metsmerized's Jack Ramsey is once again on the show for part two of our conversation about the New York Mets pitching depth. Today we examine if the Syracuse Mets rotation compares favorably to some of the worst rotations in baseball, as the Mets Triple-A team has a ton of MLB talent this year. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built…
 
Fellow Metsmerized contributor Jack Ramsey joins the show to talk about the pitching depth the New York Mets have stockpiled this offseason. The Mets now have one of the deepest stables of MLB-caliber starters and behind them, there are still some interesting prospects who can develop as well. Ramsey goes through some of the more exciting arms the …
 
The New York Mets signed Taijuan Walker to a two-year, $20 million contract with a player option for a third year. What does Walker bring to the Mets as the final piece of their rotation? Also we take a look into the incredible depth the Mets have built this offseason when it comes to their pitching, as they have an endless supply of MLB-caliber st…
 
In Episode 267 of For All You Kids Out There, Jeffrey and Jarrett do get to the Mets free agent and spring training news (such as it is) eventually, but start out with some Mariners-adjacent talk. We also answer your correspondence on prospects, no-longer prospects, and seeing 2021 prospects.By Bret Sayre
 
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