Podcast: Mets-Dodgers (05.19.1963)

On May 19, 1963, the New York Mets and Los Angeles Dodgers had a classic pitcher’s duel at Dodger Stadium.The Dodgers scored on a sacrifice fly by Tommy Davis in the first inning. After that run, it was all Sandy Koufax and Roger Craig. Both pitchers posted one zero after another as the lone run held up to give Dodgers a 1-0 win.

A Metsian Podcast

I appeared as a guest on A Metsian Podcast on Thursday night to talk about the current state of the Mets with Mets bloggers Sam Maxwell, Rich Sparago and Mike Lecolant.

Link: NYC police officer donates kidney to Kranepool

Nolan Ryan had a short, albeit storied, tenure with the New York Mets. In an interview with Newsday, Ryan recalls the 1969 World Series championship year and the impact his teammate and fellow Hall of Fame pitcher Tom Seaver had on him.

Podcast: Mets-Reds (05.10.1963)

The New York Mets played their first-ever game at Connie Mack Stadium on May 4, 1962. The Phillies held the Mets for a 6-5 win. Dallas Green, the future Mets manager, pitched seven innings, allowing one unearned run to get the win for Philadelphia. The loss was the Mets 15th in 18 games.

Link: Ryan remembers ’69, Seaver influence

Nolan Ryan had a short, albeit storied, tenure with the New York Mets. In an interview with Newsday, Ryan recalls the 1969 World Series championship year and the impact his teammate and fellow Hall of Fame pitcher Tom Seaver had on him.

Podcast: Mets-Phillies (05.04.1962)

The New York Mets played their first-ever game at Connie Mack Stadium on May 4, 1962. The Phillies held the Mets for a 6-5 win. Dallas Green, the future Mets manager, pitched seven innings, allowing one unearned run to get the win for Philadelphia. The loss was the Mets 15th in 18 games.