2020 ScheduleAll times ET

2020 Schedule
0-0, 4th in NL East
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Mets decline options on Ramos, Chirinos, Frazier

Mets catchers Wilson Ramos and Robinson Chirinos, and infielder Todd Frazier became free agents after the team declined to pick up team options in their contracts.


Olney: Analytics is the story

Buster Olney joined the show to recap Game 6 of the World Series, the situation with Justin Turner and much more.


Carlin: Jets need Lawrence

Chris Carlin reacts to Trevor Lawrence's comments about potentially returning to Clemson and says the Jets need to make this QB love them on 98.7 ESPN. Plus, we're getting closer to Steve Cohen purchasing the Mets.


Spain & Fitz: It's a sad day

Sarah is very upset about the performance the Bears put on last night but is trying to stay positive about this team. Tim Tebow stops by to talk with Sarah & Jason about National Mentorship Day, defense in the SEC and some interesting thoughts on what Trevor Lawrence should do. POST PARTY at the end you don't want to miss!


ESPN CFB Analyst Tim Tebow

Tim Tebow joined Sarah Spain and Jason Fitz to talk about his work with the Allstate AFCA Good Works Team, and National Mentorship Day. Tim also weighs in on the college football season, his time with the Mets, thoughts on the World Series, and the tough decision facing Clemson's Trevor Lawrence.


Hahn: What if the Mets got Betts?

Watching Mookie Betts last night made the guys think of what could've been with the Mets. Plus, Alan has some bad news for Knicks fans expecting big changes.


BBTN: Karl Ravech and Sarah Langs recap Game 1 of the World Series

Karl Ravech joins Buster to discuss the Rays bringing a knife to a gun fight, Mookie Betts completing the circle with the Dodgers, Tyler Glasnow throwing balls in the dirt, Brandon Lowe’s struggles, Jeff Luhnow again denying he knew about the Astros cheating and Steve Cohen’s official approval to buy the Mets (8:00). Plus, Sarah Langs plays The Numbers Game with notes on Clayton Kershaw, Cody Bellinger and Betts (34:33).


Hahn: Mets can't be outbid for stars

The guys discuss how Steve Cohen can't allow a player like Mookie Betts to get away from the Mets when he becomes the owner. Plus, is there already dissention in Dallas?


Lessons from the Dodgers winning Game 1.

Can the Mets under Steve Cohen imitate what the Dodgers have done? Will Stanton hamper the Yankees for years to come? Was it starting pitching or the hitters that let the Yankees down? Can the Giants really beat the Eagles tomorrow night?

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Reports: MLB owners approve Mets sale to Cohen

The proposed purchase of 95% of the Mets by an entity of billionaire hedge fund manager Steve Cohen has been approved by MLB's ownership committee, and final approval is likely to take place in the next month.


BBTN: Tim Kurkjian and Buster draft their most intriguing postseason matchups

Tim Kurkjian joins Buster to discuss if the Red Sox will hire Alex Cora after firing Ron Roenicke, if Dave Dombrowski is a lock to be the newest GM of the Angels, what’s next for the Phillies, why there’s no excuse for the Mets missing the playoffs and the most intriguing postseason matchups (6:44). Then, Sarah Langs stops by to play The Numbers game with notes on the baby Blue Jays, Juan Soto’s batting title and the best pitcher on the planet (27:06).


Nationals' Soto youngest ever to win NL batting crown

Juan Soto became the National League's youngest batting champion, Trea Turner hit a grand slam and drove in seven runs, and the Washington Nationals closed out the season with a 15-5 victory over the New York Mets on Sunday.

Team Stats

  • Pitching
  • Batting
Earned Run Average4.9822nd
Quality Starts17Tied-8th
Batting Average.2721st
On Base Percentage.3482nd
Slugging Percentage.4594th