Sep 15, 2013; New York, NY, USA; A general view of game action between the New York Mets and Miami Marlins during the ninth inning at Citi Field. Mandatory Credit: Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports

Rising Apple Report, Ep. 54 - Convening on Baseball in Queens

Between forgetting the jingle was now automatically set to play to my phone dropping service by the end, prematurely ending what was a fantastic show while Greg Prince of Faith and Fear in Flushing was speaking, this was quite the episode 54.

Keith Blacknick, aka “Mediagoon,” called in to give us the rundown regarding the Queens Baseball Convention, which will be held out at the Citi Field McFadden’s this coming Saturday, January 18. Keith also gave us some background on his own personal Mets History, which is always fun to go over. John Coppinger, aka “Metstradamus,” also called into the show, giving us his Metsian background as well before we reminisced on Mets history, told some Ron Darling stories, then discussed where we think this team currently stands as constructed.

We also continued our tradition, this time discussing the greatest Met to ever wear number 54. WHAT A LONG LIST!

Then Greg Prince, who will be part of the QBC panel on Saturday, called in!………And then my phone dropped the call and the show was halted around 32 minutes in. Sigh.

But that doesn’t take away from how great of a show it was. Take a listen as you make your way through your workday.

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