Up in the Blue Seats at the New York Post Sports

Up in the Blue Seats at the New York Post Sports

The New York Post’s new television series “Up In the Blue Seats” focuses on the rivalry between the Mets and Yankees. This season, the Mets are on top with a better winning percentage than the Yankees. They are in first place in the National League, while the Yankees are in second.

Up In The Blue Seats

Up In The Blue Seats at New York post sports is a podcast hosted by Ron Duguay. In this episode, he discusses the Rangers’ triple OT loss to the Penguins. He also discusses the controversial disallowed goal and Igor Shesterkin’s 79-save performance.

Up In The Blue Seats at NY Post Sports is a weekly podcast dedicated to Rangers hockey. It’s hosted by former Rangers great Ron Duguay and NY Post sports writer Mollie Walker. Larry Brooks, the long-time Rangers columnist for NY Post sports, is also a regular contributor to the show. You’ll also hear special guests and appearances from current Rangers players on the podcast.

The Show with Joel Sherman and Jon Heyman

Jon Heyman and Joel Sherman have been friends for years and are MLB insiders. The pair talk about current MLB issues and news. Their passion for baseball is infectious and you’ll love the show! Listen to this podcast every week to get a fresh perspective on MLB issues and news.

In this week’s episode, Joel Sherman and Jon discuss Michael Conforto’s free agency, the Reds’ trade rumors, and the Rangers’ contract with Aaron Judge. The guys also discuss the possible moves at the deadline this year.

Amazin’ But True

Nelson Figueroa, former pitcher of the New York Mets and Emmy-award winning TV analyst, hosts Amazin’ But True, one of the best New York Mets podcasts. In this show, Figueroa discusses the New York Mets and other New York topics.

The Show with Lawrence Tynes

A former kicker for the New York Giants, Tynes won two Super Bowls during his 13-year NFL career. He played college football at Troy before being drafted by the Kansas City Chiefs. In 2007, he was traded to the New York Giants. He has made many clutch field goals throughout his career.

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