After the announcement that his jersey number 17 would be retired by the Mets, Keith Hernandez joined Jay Horwitz to discuss what that means to him and share some funny stories from his career.
Gil Hodges Jr. on His Father’s Hall of Fame Cha...
Gil Hodges Jr. the son of legendary Mets manager, Gil Hodges, joins Jay to discuss his father’s legacy in the game of baseball and his chance at being voted into the Baseball Hall of Fame on December 5, 2021 by the Golden Era Committee.
Mookie Wilson Talk 35th Anniversary of ‘86 Mets
Jay Horwitz is joined in this episode by Mookie Wilson. Mookie talks about his 1986 World Series Game 6, game winning play that to this day is one of the most iconic moments in baseball.
Catchin’ Up With Endy Chávez
Endy Chávez chats with Jay Horwitz on the latest episode of his Amazin’ Mets Alumni Podcast to talk about his time with the Mets, including his iconic catch in the postseason.
Carlos Delgado Talks Heritage
Carlos Delgado joins Jay Horwitz to discuss his heritage, what it meant to him to wear Roberto Clemente’s number 21 and his great baseball career.
Hispanic Heritage Month
Hispanic Heritage Month
Mets Remember September 11
As we approach the 20th anniversary of September 11 former Mets John Franco and Todd Zeile join Mets VP of operations Sue Lucchi and Mets fan Carol Gies for an emotional conversation
Jerry Koosman Talks Jersey Retirement
Jerry Koosman will have his number 36 retired by the Mets on Saturday, August 28, 2021. He joins Jay Horwitz with his longtime teammate Ed Kranepool to discuss his career and this honor.
2020 Mets Hall of Fame Class
Jay Horwitz is joined by the 2020 Mets Hall of Fame Class including Jon Matlack, Ron Darling and Edgardo Alfonzo. They talk about their Mets careers and their induction into the Mets Hall of Fame on Saturday, July 31.
Roger McDowell, Jesse Orosco talk about Ejectio...
Jesse Orosco and Roger McDowell give a firsthand account of their fight and ejection-filled game with the Reds on July 22, 1986. Late in the game Jesse and Roger alternate pitching and outfield positions. It was a wild one.
Subway Series – Joe Torre and Bobby Valentine
Jay Horwitz discusses the rivalry between the Mets and Yankees with the former managers, Bobby Valentine and Joe Torre who squared off in the 2000 Subway Series World Series.
Hall of Famer Mike Piazza Joins the Show from ...
Baseball Hall of Famer Mike Piazza joins Jay on the latest edition of his podcast. Mike talks about his father, his baseball career and much more.
No-Hitter Reunion Show
Johan Santana, Terry Collins, Josh Thole and Mike Baxter join Jay Horwitz to discuss the first no-hitter in Mets history.
Robin Ventura Reflects on His Time with the Mets
Former Met Robin Ventura joins the podcast to discuss his return to college, shares some insight on locker room pranks and of course his Grand Slam Single.
The Legacy of the Say Hey Kid
Jay Horwitz celebrates Willie Mays’ 90th birthday by reflecting on legend in the game of baseball. He is joined by co-author of “24 - Life Stories and Lessons of the Say Hey Kid” John Shea, Mets legend Ed Kranepool and Baseball Hall of Famer Orlando Cepeda to talk about the great Willie Mays.
Michael Cuddyer Reflects on his Baseball Career
Former Met Michael Cuddyer had a 15 year career in the Major Leagues, filled with two All-Star appearances, a Silver Slugger Award and a batting title. He capped off his career with helping lead the Mets to the 2015 National League pennant. He joins Jay for this personal look at his career.
The Curious Case of Sidd Finch
36 years later, it still may be the greatest April Fools’ prank ever pulled. Joe Berton (Sidd Finch) and Layne Stewart (Sports Illustrated photographer) talk about how they helped trick the sports world with the Mets signing of the mysterious prospect, Sidd Finch. Former Met, Ed Lynch, even joins the podcast to share his point of view as a player.
Frank Viola Talks New York Roots
Former Met player and coach Frank Viola chats with Jay Horwitz about his early days in baseball, his conversation with Jacob deGrom early in his career and much more his this latest podcast.
Willie Randolph Shares Baseball Memories
Jay Horwitz is joined by Willie Randolph to discuss Willie’s many decades in the game of baseball, how he and Jay first met and so much more.
2015 NLCS MVP Daniel Murphy Joins the Podcast
The postseason hero from the 2015 National League champion Mets, Daniel Murphy, talks about his Mets career and much more as he joins Jay Horwitz in this latest podcast.
Jerry Manuel Talks Managing the Mets and Growi...
Former Mets manager Jerry Manuel discusses his time with the Mets and shares more about his charity work growing the game of baseball to underserved areas in the country.
Mazzilli Talks Baseball Career
Lee Mazzilli chats with Jay about his career and so much more in his latest podcast.
HoJo Shares Stories from his Amazin’ Career
Howard Johnson reflects on his trade to the Mets, those great late-80s teams he was a part of and shares some funny stories with Jay Horwitz in this latest podcast.
John Maine Talks Mets Career
Mets hurler John Maine discusses his Mets career. He talks about working alongside Pedro Martinez, Johan Santana and Tom Glavine, the big games he pitched, and so much more.
Mike Pelfrey Talks Opening of Citi Field
Former Mets pitcher Mike Pelfrey talks about the opening of Citi Field, his Mets career and so much more.
Darryl Strawberry Talks Life After Baseball
Mets great Darryl Strawberry joins the podcast to discuss his new book, his faith and his dedication to helping others.
Todd Hundley Talks Mets Career and Pete Alonso
The former Mets slugger talks about setting the Mets' single-season home run record and the MLB single-season record for catchers. He also shares about his meeting Pete Alonso in 2019 and his relationship with his dad, former Major Leaguer Randy Hundley.
Orosco Shares Stories from the Mound
World Series champion Jesse Orosco joins the podcast to discuss the 1986 season and share some moments from that championship season.
Terry Collins Talks Mets Career
Former Mets manager Terry Collins talks about his time with the Mets. He shares stories from the bench including his perspective of being a part of Johan Santana’s no-hitter, the Mets 2015' playoff run, his infamous mic’d up moment and so much more.
Bobby Jones Shares Amazin’ Comeback
Right-handed pitcher Bobby Jones talks about his Mets career. He provides a first-hand account of striking out Ken Griffey Jr. and Mark McGwire back-to-back in the 1997 All-Star Game, his Subway Series appearance and so much more.
John Franco Reflects on September 11
On the 19th anniversary of the attacks of September 11th, John Franco joins Jay Horwitz to reflect on that day in 2001. John provides a detailed account of that day and the days and weeks following and how he and the team contributed to the healing process.
Todd Zeile Talks Transition from the Field to t...
Former Met Todd Zeile talks about the being a part of the 2000 NL champion Mets, his transition to the SNY studio and much more.
Doc Gooden Relives his 1985 Cy Young Season
Doc Gooden joins Jay Horwitz to talk about his dominant 1985 season. In 1985 Doc didn’t experience a sophomore jinx, going 24-4 with a 1.53 ERA on the way to the NL Cy Young. He remembers his teammate Gary Carter, and so much more.
Basketball Legend Willis Reed Talks Mets
Basketball Hall of Famer Willis Reed talks about the 1969 Mets, the Knicks' 1970 championship and his friendship with Tommie Agee in this edition of the Amazin’ Mets Alumni podcast.
Kevin Mitchell Talks Game 6 of the ‘86 World Se...
Kevin Mitchell scored in the bottom of the 10th to tie Game 6 of the 1986 World Series. The Mets went on to win that game and the Series. Kevin catches up with Jay to talk about what he was thinking at that moment, the 1986 Mets, his health and so much more.
Basketball Hall of Famer Mike Breen Talks Being...
Long time Mets fan and Basketball Hall of Famer Mike Breen talks about his career in basketball announcing and broadcasting as well as his love for the Amazin' Mets.
1986 World Series Champion Ed Hearn Joins the P...
World Series champion Ed Hearn joins Jay Horwitz to talk about his career, his health issues off the field and how he uses his platform to better the lives of others.
Manager Clint Hurdle Talks His Time With the Mets
The 2013 NL Manager of the Year, Clint Hurdle ended his playing career with the Mets, then launched his managerial career in the Mets Minor League system working with the players like Todd Hundley and many other future Major Leaguers including a DL stint from the great Keith Hernandez. He shares that story and much more.
Gary Cohen Talks Mets Moments
Long time Mets broadcaster Gary Cohen talks about his best moments with the team. From his first day on the job, where a brawl broke out at the team photo, to his call of Bartolo’s impossible home run in San Diego, plus so much more.
Two Time Super Bowl Champion Joins the Podcast
Mets fan and former New York Giants punter Sean Landeta joins Jay Horwitz to talk about playing on Monday Night Football when the Mets won the 1986 World Series, his career in the NFL and his love of baseball.
Catching Up With Kranepool
Jay talks to Ed Kranepool about his recent kidney transplant, reuniting with his 1969 teammates at their 50th anniversary celebration at Citi Field last season and more.
Leiter Shares Incredible Stories
Al Leiter joins Jay Horwitz to talk about where he was on 9-11, why he was warming up in the bullpen during Robin Ventura’s grand slam single and so much more.
The Captain - David Wright Joins the Podcast
David Wright talks about his playing career, playing practical jokes on Jay and his t-ball coaching experience.
Howie Rose Talks Mets History
There might not be two people who know more about the Mets than long-time play-by-play voice Howie Rose and team historian, Jay Horwitz. Listen as they chat about the team’s most historic moments.
Recently Retired Granderson Chats Career, Post ...
Curtis Granderson reflects on his 16 seasons in baseball and shares his plans after retirement from the game. Hear about his charity work, possible broadcasting career, what it was like to be on deck when Bartolo Colón homered and so much more.
Billy Wagner Talks Mets, Chance at Hall
Listen as Billy Wagner talks about his time in New York, the possibility of being elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame and much more.
Bruce Beck Discusses Time Covering Mets
NBC Sports anchor Bruce Beck chats about his time covering the Mets over the years, his career as a reporter, relationship with players and the impact of David Wright’s legacy.
John Olerud Talks Henderson Encounter
Former Mets first baseman John Olerud talks about the infamous Ricky Henderson story and opens up about being a part of the great Mets infield during the late 90's.
Jay Catches Up with Kevin Burkhardt
National TV sportscaster Kevin Burkhardt got his start with SNY, as a life-long Mets fan it was a dream come true. Now Burkhardt is a national voice doing play-by-play for the NFL on FOX. But he hasn’t forgotten his roots, he catches up with Jay Horwitz in his latest podcast.
Carlos Delgado Chats Mets, Giving Back & Beltrán
Carlos Delgado sits down with Jay Horwitz to discuss his playing days with the Mets, his charitable efforts and how he thinks Carlos Beltrán will be a great fit as the new manager of the club.
Bobby Ojeda Talks 1986 Mets & Shares Unique 9/1...
Bobby Ojeda joins the podcast to discuss his playing days with the Mets, the 1986 championship team and tells a unique story of how he rescued his daughter from the city on September 11, 2001.
Pat Mahomes Talks Mets and NFL Son
Former Mets pitcher Pat Mahomes chats with Jay Horwitz about his time with the Mets, his NFL star son and more in this latest podcast.
Mike Baxter Talks No-Hitter, Coaching & More
Former Met Mike Baxter joins the podcast to discuss his game-saving catch during Johan Santan’s no hitter, his time with the Mets and what he is up to now.
Robin Ventura Chats Mets
On this episode, former Mets third baseman Robin Ventura sits down with Jay Horwitz to discuss his time in the orange and blue, including everything from his Mike Piazza impression to his infamous Grand Slam Single.
Ron Darling Chats Baseball & Broadcasting Careers
Former Mets pitcher and current Mets broadcaster, Ron Darling sits down with Jay Horwitz to discuss everything from his playing days to his broadcasting colleagues.
Jerry Koosman Reminisces On Miracle Mets
Jerry Koosman joins the podcast to talk about his career, the magical 1969 Mets season and the 50th reunion of that World Series team.
R.A. Dickey Chats With Jay Horwitz
R.A. Dickey joins the podcast to discuss his close relationship with Mickey Callaway, stepping away from the game, his Cy Young season and the knuckleball craft.
College Football National Champion and Original...
Galen Cisco was a two-sport star playing college football for legendary coach Woody Hayes at Ohio State University. Cisco gave up on football to pursue a career in baseball to join the Mets for their inaugural season. Take a listen at this unique interview.
Bobby V talks Post 9/11 Game
Former Mets Manager Bobby Valentine helped the City heal after the 9-11 attacks. He shares his vivid emotional accounts of the locker room around the first game in New York after the attacks and the impact Mike Piazza’s game winning home run still has on the city of New York.
Cliff Floyd Shares Laughs with Jay Horwitz
Former Mets slugger Cliff Floyd chats with Jay Horwitz about his playing days, life as a broadcaster and his short role as Jay’s doctor.
Mets Legend Fonzie Joins the Podcast
On this episode of Jay Horwitz’s Amazin’ Mets Alumni Podcast, former New York Met and current Brooklyn Cyclones manager Edgardo Alfonzo talks about his baseball career, how he connects with young players and much more.
Original Met Frank Thomas Talks Early Days of t...
Original Met, Frank Thomas, joins Jay Horwitz to talk about the original days of the Mets, manager Casey Stengel and more.
Joe Torre Discusses His Time with the Mets
Baseball Hall of Famer Joe Torre catches up with Jay Horwitz on this podcast. Jay Horwitz started his career with the Mets while Torre was the manager…Listen as the two reminisce about those Mets teams, Joe’s retirement from the game of baseball and his life after playing.
Cleon Jones Continues To Create Miracles
Cleon Jones chats with Jay Horwitz about the historic 1969 season, his athletic ability and NFL potential as well as how he continues to give back in his hometown.
Gil Hodges Jr. Talks About His Father
Gil Hodges Jr. joins Jay Horwitz to talk about his father’s legacy in the game of baseball as well as give you an unprecedented access to the locker room and a unique perspective to the 1969 Miracle Mets.
I’m Keith Hernandez
On this episode of the Amazin’ Mets Alumni Podcast with Jay Horwitz, Jay catches up with 11 time Gold Glover, 1986 World Series champion and Mets Hall of Famer…The one and only, Keith Hernandez.
Horwitz Chats with Craig Swan
Jay Horwitz is joined by a friend for nearly 30 years and the 1978 NL ERA leader, Craig Swan. They talk about his playing days, relationship with Tom Seaver and his life after baseball.
Friends for 40 Years: Horwitz chats with Gold G...
Doug Flynn reminisces about his years in a Mets uniform and talks about his other interests including his singing, fishing show and yearly visit to Mets Fantasy Camp.
Straw: Jay interviews Darryl Strawberry
Jay Horwitz catches up with Mets Hall of Famer, Darryl Strawberry. The former outfielder talks about being the No. 1 overall pick, winning the World Series and his work off the field.
Special delivery: Jay catches up with Mike Piazza
Hall of Famer Mike Piazza catches up with Jay Horwitz about coming to New York, his powerful home run following 9/11, life after baseball and more
Benny and the Mets: Horwitz catches up with Ben...
On this episode of the Amazin’ Mets Alumni Podcast, Jay chats with fan favorite Benny Agbayani about his love for Mets fans, his clutch moments in the 2000 season and more.
The 1969 edition: Jay chats with the Miracle Mets
Jay Horwitz sits down with Cleon Jones, Ron Swoboda, Ed Kranepool and Art Shamsky about chasing down the Cubs, manager Gil Hodges and winning the 1969 World Series.
Dr. K: Horwitz interviews former Cy Young winne...
Jay Horwitz catches up with Dwight Gooden about bursting on to the scene, the ’86 World Series, his nickname and much more.
Starting it all: Horwitz catches up with Jay Hook
Jay Horwitz interviews Jay Hook about the feeling of winning the first game in franchise history, the first years of the Mets and his wide-ranging interests outside of baseball.
The Captain: Horwitz interviews former Mets Cap...
Jay Horwitz sits down with John Franco to discuss his career, September 11, 2001 and of course all the pranks he played on Jay
Turk’s Quirks: Horwitz talks with Turk Wendell
Jay Horwitz speaks to late ‘90s reliever Turk Wendell about baseball and his unique personality.
Chatting with a Legend: Horwitz catches up with...
Jay Horwitz chats with 1969 World Series champion Ed Kranepool about his 18 years with the franchise, former teammates and his health.
Slow Roller: Horwitz Chats with Mookie Wilson
Jay Horwitz catches up with Game 6 hero of the 1986 World Series, Mookie Wilson on the 32nd anniversary of the historic game.