Jeffrey and Jarrett are back from “vacation.” First we have some thoughts on our late colleague, Rob McQuown. We also chat about the Mets upcoming trade deadline decisions, bad process decisions on Wilmer Font and Travis d’artaud, and finally, yes, update our Dom Smith priors. In the second half of the show we discuss the Futures Game, answer your correspondence, and talk about the professional wrestling.
Jeffrey Paternostro, Jarrett Seidler, and Nick Schaefer discuss the process and players for the 2019 Midseason 50 list.
In Episode 173 of For All You Kids Out There, Jeffrey and Jarrett are back on their bullshit with a three-hour show. In the first half we chat about a bad week of Mets baseball, a good week for the #brand, and an all-time LOLMets moment. In the second half of the show we are joined by Managing Editor Craig Goldstein to chat about prospect rankings and Futures Game rosters, only losing the plot a couple times. In the third half of the show we answer a metric ton of correspondence and discuss the most recent AEW show.
In Episode 171 of For All You Kids Out There, neither Jeffrey or Jarrett are too thrilled to have to do a Breaking News edition of the pod for a pitching coach shake up, but here we are to discuss the move and what it might mean for the future of the Mets both near term and further down the line.
Spoiler: It doesn’t really matter much.
In Episode 170 of For All You Kids Out There, Jeffrey and Jarrett go over the latest Mets injuries, try to figure out where the pitching depth is gonna come from, and ponder what’s going on with the Mets draft pool. Then we talk about G1 and AEW for a bit.
It’s another nice podcast from For All You Kids Out There. As is tradition (even though we are pretty sure we said on Episode 69, that we wouldn’t be around for this) we have AndyMoney69 on to discuss…well, to the best of our recollection the 2016 election, hockey prospects, Philadelphia transit, and working in or adjacent to baseball. In the second half of the show, Jeffrey and Jarrett wrap up the Mets 2019 draft, which only got weirder on Day 3, and discuss the mismanagement of Robinson Cano’s legs and the non-signing of Dallas Keuchel and Craig Kimbrel. In the third half of the show we attempt to answer Brady’s email about Shingo Takagi, but Jeffrey is having none of it. Then there is 44 minutes and 28 seconds of silence, because we have all been poisoned by online.
In Episode 168 of For All You Kids Out There, Jeffrey and Jarrett discuss the first ten rounds of the 2019 Mets Draft while trying to avoid actually talking about the 2019 Mets. Then we answer your correspondence and discuss Jon Moxley’s interviews about the state of WWE.
In Episode 167 of For All You Kids Out There, Jarrett and Jeffrey and joined by David Roth of Deadspin for a laser-focused hour on the 2019 New York Mets.
In Episode 165 of For All You Kids Out There, Jeffrey and Jarrett are back (again) to talk about the latest spate of Mets injuries (including one that happened while we were recording), make the fastest #OldTakesExposed ever on Rajai Davis, chat about some minor leaguers we saw recently, and clean out the inbox.
In Episode 164 of For All You Kids Out There, Jeffrey and Jarrett have some thoughts on the last 48 hours of extreme Metsing. And then Jarrett and Liam talk about Game of Thrones (and Jarrett says there is some other stuff as well) for one hour and forty minutes.
In Episode 162 of For All You Kids Out There, Jarrett has had woot canow, but manages to summon the jaw strength to discuss the Wilmer Font trade, the Mets overall pitching situation (sign Keuchel), and the heat of the seat for Mickey Callaway. We also answer your correspondence on Amed Rosario in center field, minor league parks, and Jeffrey is unable to stop Jarrett from complaining about Game of Thrones for a bit.
In Episode 161 of For All You Kids Out There, we noticed that last week Jarrett yelled about a bunch of stuff, so we’ve added another voice to uh yelling about the Mets. It’s Allison McCague, and there’s uh a lot more yelling about the Mets. Jeffrey has had a few cocktails but we do mostly stick to his checklist. In the second/third half of the show, we answer your correspondence and give you a very important IFK Goteborg update. Then we start again because the Mets are a flat circle.