Welcome to New York’s Very Own Yankees and Mets podcast, hosted by PIX11 sports anchor Scott Stanford and sports producer Bret Callahan.
Every Friday, we’ll be diving into New York baseball.
Join us back here every Friday for the latest from “Two Teams, One Podcast.”
Friday, May 18 | Yankees Trade Bait
David Wells tells Scott who chilled him out in the middle of throwing his perfect game in ’98.
The guys pick the top four Yankees hitters that could belt 40 homers this season and also review the five tools to being a 5-tool player. Does anyone really know the five tools?
Bret continues to dog the Mets medical staff after Cespedes goes back on the shelf.
Plus the guys try getting into Brian Cashman’s head to see which hitters the Yankees could trade. Would you give up Stanton for Bryce Harper?
Friday, May 11 | Matt Harvey’s in Cincinnati
This week, the Yankees look unstoppable as Bret salivates over the depth of the lineup.
Speaking of lineups – Mets can’t seem to get theirs in the right order let alone to be productive at the plate. Mets fans really gotta believe now because it’s looking grim.
Scott sits down with Yankees post-season hero Jim Leyritz to relive one of his biggest World Series moments.
Plus Scott is fawning hard for Lebron James. Can Scott convince him that Michael Jordan is still the G.O.A.T.?
And where is Matt Harvey? You’ll find him in Cincinnati. Maybe he and the Mets were never meant to be, just maybe think of him once in awhile.
Friday, May 4 | The Mets Must Use The Force
This week the Yankees are looking like the team to beat, while the Mets give up 1st place in the NL East to the Braves.
Bret thinks he knows how to fix Matt Harvey’s slump, Scott pays tribute to Leslie Nielsen’s iconic umpiring scene in The Naked Gun, and the guys celebrate May the 4th by trashing The Last Jedi.
Friday, April 27 | Didi G: Yankees MVP?
This week the Yankees are heating up after sweeping the Mets. All the bats are swinging, but is Didi Gregorious rising above the rest?
Plus the Mets stay afloat while the pitching staff struggles, especially Matt Harvey.
Scott talks to former Mets and Red Sox slugger Mo Vaughn about the Boston/New York rivalry.
The guys also discuss the trend of power hitters like Aaron Judge and Yoenis Cespedes moving into the 2-hole.
And finally, the age-old debate … how should the “Rocky” movies be ranked?
Friday, April 20 | Can The Mets Hold On?
In episode two, Scott and Bret evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of the first place Mets.
Plus, the guys pay their respects to wrestling legend Bruno Sammartino, then play some Major League movie trivia. Finally, they preview the Mets vs. Braves this weekend in Atlanta.
Friday, April 13 | Return of the Rivalry
In this inaugural episode, Scott and Bret review Wednesday’s brawl at Fenway Park between Yankees infielder Tyler Austin and Red Sox pitcher Joe Kelly.
Plus, can the Mets keep riding their winning wave? The guys discuss what’s working for them so far.
And A-Rod wishes he could have been a Met? Sounds like he’s wading into foul territory in our final segment.
Produced by Heath Benfield
Created by Heath Benfield & Elle Spektor