Let’s try this Opening Day thing again. The Mets will try to successfully open the season Monday night in Philadelphia after the first three games of the season were postponed due to the Nationals’ COVID situation. It was quite the buzzkill Thursday morning after the combination of the Francisco Lindor contract extension and season-opener had Mets fans ready to run through a brick wall in excitement. What should we expect to see the first series of the season? How essential was the Lindor extension for the future of the franchise?
To answer those questions and talk everything Mets, we bring you a new episode of the “Amazin’ But True” podcast with Nelson Figueroa and me, featuring an interview with 1969 Mets World Series champion Ron Swoboda.
Amazin’ But True Podcast Opening Segment with Jake & Nelson:
- OPENING DAY PART 2: Buzzkill with entire weekend of games getting postponed. Home opener Thursday at Citi Field. Thursday will be emotional for fans. Looking forward to hearing cheers and boos from fans. Black jerseys also back this season!
- FRANCISCO LINDOR CONTRACT EXTENSION: Figgie was worried it might not happen, I was…