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Big Apple Buckets is the best New York Knicks podcast. It's hosted by former Knicks forward Jerome Williams aka "The Junk Yard Dog" and Knicks fan, radio personality Sal Licata. This basketball podcast breaks down the latest surrounding the Knicks and takes you inside the locker room with longtime NY Post Knicks beat writer Marc Berman and our team of basketball writers. Sal and Jerome are also joined by current and former players, along with other special guests. New episodes of this NBA po ...
 
“Pinstripe Pod” is the best New York Yankees podcast. It's hosted by former Yankees pitcher and four-time World Series champion Jeff Nelson and YES Network host Chris Shearn. This baseball podcast will take you inside the clubhouse with Yankees beat writer George King, columnist Joel Sherman and the full team of NY Post baseball writers. Pinstripe Pod will also feature special Yankees guests, including current players, former players, broadcasters and celebrity fans. This MLB podcast is rele ...
 
"Amazin’ But True” is the best New York Mets podcast. It's hosted by former Mets pitcher and Emmy-Award winning TV analyst Nelson Figueroa and rabid Mets fan, columnist and media personality Jake Brown. This baseball podcast will take you inside the clubhouse with beat writer Mike Puma, columnist Joel Sherman and the full team of NY Post baseball writers. "Amazin' But True" will also feature special Mets guests, including current players, former players, broadcasters and celebrity fans. New ...
 
Gang's All Here is the premier New York Jets football podcast as only the New York Post sports section can create. Our Jets beat writer Brian Costello brings you unparalleled access, reporting and scoops directly from the field and the locker room, along with co-host and media personality Jake Brown. Costello and Brown will be joined by players and other special guests each and every episode. The podcast comes at you twice a week.
 
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Jake Brown and Nelson Figueroa open the show talking about the Mets crushing Matt Harvey and the Orioles to the tune of a 14-1 win. They discuss the six-homer barrage, Taijuan Walker’s brilliant season, Kevin Pillar’s importance to the team, returning home, where the Mets stand at the one-third mark of the season, David Peterson’s struggles, Pete A…
 
Chris Shearn, Jeff Nelson and Jake Brown open the show talking about Gerrit Cole shutting down the Twins. They discuss the Cole-Josh Donaldson matchup, Cole’s response on the Spider Tack question, how baseball will monitor substances, the Yankees' upcoming schedule, baseball’s constant changes and Nellie’s mound visit memories. NY Post baseball col…
 
Sal Licata, Jerome Williams and Jake Brown open the show talking about the Knicks losing Wednesday to end their season. They discuss the Hawks sending them home, Julius Randle’s poor series, Clint Capela backing up his smack talk, which players the Knicks might bring back, whether to extend Randle and how memorable the season was for the Knicks. Th…
 
Chris Shearn, Jeff Nelson and Jake Brown open the show talking about the Yankees getting swept by the Red Sox. They discuss the brutal series, why the Red Sox are better right now, the Yankees' poor hitting approach, the third strike call on Rougned Odor, whether the Yankees need to fire Aaron Boone or Marcus Thames and the upcoming series against …
 
Jake Brown and Nelson Figueroa open the show talking about the Mets splitting four games with the Padres. They discuss Sunday’s win, Marcus Stroman’s outing, his nonchalant toss, Jacob deGrom’s insane season, Luis Rojas not having him go deeper in games, Jake’s intriguing Saturday night, Figgie in a bowling league and bigger crowds ahead at Citi Fi…
 
Chris Shearn, Jeff Nelson and Jake Brown open the show talking about the Yankees' four-game split with the Rays. They discuss Gerrit Cole’s rough start, Corey Kluber’s questionable future, who should play center field, the matchup with the Red Sox and Nellie’s Yankees-Red Sox memories -- including the Don Zimmer brawl. Yankees fan and singer, guita…
 
Jake Brown and Nelson Figueroa open the show talking about the Mets taking two of three games from the Diamondbacks. They discuss Seth Lugo’s return, David Peterson’s struggles, Jonathan Villar getting hurt, Marcus Stroman’s outing and the loss Tuesday, the offense getting hot and the matchup with the Padres this weekend. Former Mets pitcher and 20…
 
Emma Enderby is the Chief Curator at The Shed at Hudson Yards, a unique art institution with a bold vision of and for the century we are in. In this fascinating interview, Emma talks passionately about the guiding principles that helped building the program and how “artists can tell us realities of our time; stories of the past can predict the futu…
 
Jake Brown and Nelson Figueroa open the show talking about the Mets getting Pete Alonso, Seth Lugo and Kevin Pillar back on Monday. They discuss what Lugo’s role will be, the fill-ins doing a good job in their place, Saturday’s blowout win over the Braves and where the team stands as it begins this road trip. Former Mets pitcher Bill Pulsipher then…
 
Chris Shearn, Jeff Nelson and Jake Brown open the show talking about the embarrassing Yankees sweep at the hands of the Tigers. They discuss the brutal weekend, the bats struggling, losing five of six, the key upcoming series against the Rays and fan behavior. Three-time World Series champion Yankees reliever Mike Stanton then joins the show. Stant…
 
Sal Licata, Jerome Williams and Jake Brown open the show talking about the Knicks brutal Game 4 loss in Atlanta. They discuss the two blowout losses, being down 3-1, Julius Randle’s poor play and whether the Knicks could come back in this series. SNY and KnicksFanTV contributor Ashley Nicole Moss then joins the show. Moss gets into what has happene…
 
Jake Brown and Nelson Figueroa open the show talking about the Mets finding a way to win three out of four over the Rockies. They discuss the pitching carrying the team, how this AAAA lineup is winning games, Luis Rojas deserving credit, Noah Syndergaard’s setback and all the injuries this team is dealing with. In “Figgie’s Fables,” he talks about …
 
Sal Licata, Jerome Williams and Jake Brown open the show talking about the atmosphere at The Garden for the first two games. They discuss the much-needed Game 2 win, trying to stop Trae Young, the chants from the crowd, the bench, Reggie Bullock and the upcoming two games in Atlanta. Knicks super fan Anthony Donahue then joins the show. Donahue tal…
 
Chris Shearn, Jeff Nelson and Jake Brown open the show talking about Corey Kluber’s injury. They discuss how much time he might miss, who may replace him, Luke Voit’s injury, Luis Severino’s upcoming return, the offense and whether the Yankees need to get a pitcher like Luis Castillo. NY Post baseball columnist Ken Davidoff drops by to talk about a…
 
Jake Brown and Nelson Figueroa open the show talking about the Mets losing two of three games to the Marlins. They talk about all the injuries, all the obscure names in the lineup, the return to Citi Field this week and react to the tweet from Jordan Yamamoto’s wife. In the Nelson Figueroa Spanish Academy, Jake tries to say “who’s on first” and “re…
 
Chris Shearn, Jeff Nelson and Jake Brown open the show talking about the Yankees sweeping the White Sox. They get into how dominant the starting pitching has been, the joy in sweeping a Tony La Russa team, controversial managers like Ozzie Guillen and Nellie’s stories on Lou Piniella flipping tables. Two-time Yankees World Series champion Mickey Ri…
 
Jake Brown and Nelson Figueroa open the show talking about the Mets taking two of three games from the Braves. They discuss the 14 players on the IL, the catching dilemma, the Mets having to keep Kevin Pillar from playing, the team's fight, Edwin Diaz’s usage, the bullpen, and Jake reads a review from an angry listener. NY Post sports writer Zach B…
 
Chris Shearn, Jeff Nelson and Jake Brown open the show talking about Corey Kluber’s no-hitter against the Rangers. They discuss the first Yankees no-hitter since David Cone in 1999, how efficient he was, his story getting here, the upcoming series against the White Sox and reacting to Tony La Russa’s controversial comments. MLB Network analyst and …
 
Sal Licata, Jerome Williams and Jake Brown open the show talking about the Knicks' playoff matchup with the Hawks. They give an in-depth preview of the series, discuss what the Hawks bring to the table, the Knicks' point guard situation, playoff tickets and make their series predictions. J-Swizzy then makes his return for a special Knicks playoff r…
 
Chris Shearn, Jeff Nelson and Jake Brown open the show talking about the Yankees winning the series in Baltimore. They discuss Jordan Montgomery’s rough outing, Aaron Judge’s hot streak, analytics, going to SNL and Shearn’s buzzer-beating Liberty call. NY Post baseball columnist Ken Davidoff drops by to talk about the Yankees’ catching situation, C…
 
Jake Brown and Nelson Figueroa open the show talking about the Mets getting swept by the Rays. They discuss the difference in managers, all the Mets injuries, James McCann and the lineup’s struggles and Jake’s trip to SNL. Mets PA announcer Colin Cosell then joins the show. Cosell talks about doing PA at Citi Field, fans being back, his voice, memo…
 
Jake Brown and Nelson Figueroa open the show talking about Mazeika magic. They discuss the Mets’ seven-game win streak, being in first place, the strong pitching, Pete Alonso’s celebratory tumble, Patrick Mazeika’s past week, Albert Almora’s crash into the wall, Matt Harvey’s return and Figgie plays a few voice notes from Jose Reyes. 1986 Mets Worl…
 
Chris Shearn, Jeff Nelson and Jake Brown open the show talking about the Yankees taking the first two games against the Rays. They discuss Gerrit Cole’s dominance, being right behind the Red Sox in the standings, Gary Sanchez’s bat, Yankees Twitter, Ken Singleton’s return to the booth and a few Bob Sheppard impressions. Former Yankees DH and author…
 
Sal Licata, Jerome Williams and Jake Brown open the show talking about the Knicks' big win over the Clippers. They discuss the positive West Coast trip, Reggie Bullock’s role, the big matchup against the Lakers, Julius Randle and a contract extension, the playoff seeding and whom the Knicks might play. JYD goes “Inside the Dog House” as he looks ba…
 
Jake Brown and Nelson Figueroa open the show talking about the Mets sweeping the Diamondbacks. They discuss Patrick Mazeika’s walk-off Friday, the Francisco Lindor-Jeff McNeil rat-raccoon saga, Jake being at the games, the pitching dominance, Lindor’s bat coming alive, Jacob deGrom’s injury and the return of Matt Harvey to Queens this week. Mets le…
 
Chris Shearn, Jeff Nelson and Jake Brown open the show talking about the Yankees series win over the Nationals. They discuss the great starting pitching, Gleyber Torres homering, some of the lineup coming around, Luke Voit’s return, Clint Frazier’s struggles and the upcoming series with the Rays. In another “Q&J” segment, Nellie answers questions o…
 
Jake Brown and Nelson Figueroa open the show talking about the Mets decision to fire hitting coach Chili Davis and whether it was the right move. They discuss the offensive struggles, Francisco Lindor finally getting a hit, splitting the series with the Cardinals, Taijuan Walker and the pitching brilliance. Mama Brown then joins the show as she sit…
 
Chris Shearn, Jeff Nelson and Jake Brown open the show talking about the Yankees winning two of three against the Astros. They discuss Giancarlo Stanton’s hot bat, starting pitching, and how Yankees fans reacted to the Astros. Two-time World Series champion Yankees catcher Jim Leyritz then joins the show. Leyritz talks about catching Andy Pettitte,…
 
Sal Licata, Jerome Williams and Jake Brown open the show talking about the Knicks winning their third straight game and 12 of their last 13. They discuss the steak dinner, Derrick Rose’s brilliance, Nerlens Noel’s injury, the upcoming games on the West Coast and who they would want to see the Knicks play in the first round of the playoffs. Knicks l…
 
Jake Brown and Nelson Figueroa open the show talking about the wild weekend for the Mets in Philly. They get into Sunday’s win, Edwin Diaz's pitching, Luis Rojas’ poor decisions, the Dom Smith-Jose Alvarado feud, Francisco Lindor’s awful slump, the Phillies looking atrocious and the series ahead against the Cardinals. It’s then time for the Nelson …
 
Jake Brown and Brian Costello open the show talking about the Jets drafting QB Zach Wilson and his future as the franchise QB. They also discuss what else GM Joe Douglas did in the draft, the depth on the roster and what else this team may need to add in the offseason. NFL Network insider Kim Jones then joins the show. Jones talks about what the Je…
 
Chris Shearn, Jeff Nelson and Jake Brown open the show talking about the Yankees sweeping the Tigers. They discuss the Tigers looking awful, Aaron Hicks’ offensive struggles, Corey Kluber’s dominant performance and the series ahead against the Astros. Former Yankees catcher and Princeton baseball head coach Scott Bradley then joins the show. Bradle…
 
George Smart is the founder and executive director of USModernist, which is an award-winning nonprofit educational archive for the documentation, preservation, and promotion of residential Modernist architecture. In this free floating, fun, and inspiring conversation, we cover the philosophy and art form of Modernism, how a house “can live back at …
 
Jake Brown and Nelson Figueroa open the show talking about the Mets losing both games to the Red Sox. They discuss Jacob deGrom getting no run support, the struggling offense, Francisco Lindor getting booed by fans, Figgie’s experience playing for the Phillies and an adult paying a child for a foul ball at Wednesday’s game. NY Post Mets beat writer…
 
Chris Shearn and Jeff Nelson open the show talking about the Yankees taking the first two of three from the Orioles. They discuss the strong starting pitching, the debate at catcher and Matt Harvey’s surprising start. The Ringer podcast host John Jastremski then joins the show. Jastremski talks about the Gary Sanchez situation, Aaron Judge’s lower …
 
Sal Licata, Jerome Williams and Jake Brown open the show talking about the Knicks’ nine-game win streak ending Monday against the Suns. They discuss Chris Paul’s brilliance, whether the Knicks should go after him this summer, the incredible win streak, the schedule ahead and how fun this team is to watch. NBA legend and Basketball Hall of Famer Geo…
 
Jake Brown and Nelson Figueroa open the show talking about the Mets’ series win over the Nationals. They discuss being at Friday’s game in a suite, Jacob deGrom’s brilliance, Marcus Stroman’s rough start, Taijuan Walker’s gem, the capacity going up soon, breaking down the spanish call of Albert Almora Jr.’s great catch and previewing the two-game s…
 
Chris Shearn and Jeff Nelson open the show talking about the Yankees winning three out of four games over the Indians. They discuss Domingo German’s strong start, Jameson Taillon’s struggles, the bats coming alive and the upcoming series in Baltimore. Three-time World Series champion Yankees outfielder Darryl Strawberry then joins the show. Strawbe…
 
Jake Brown and Brian Costello open the show talking about the Sam Darnold trade, before getting into the Jets future at QB with Zach Wilson likely being selected with the second pick. They discuss Wilson’s outlook, who the Jets might take with the 23rd pick and what positions they might target with the remainder of their picks. Former WFAN personal…
 
Jake Brown and Nelson Figueroa open the show talking about the Mets' ugly loss to the Cubs Wednesday. They discuss the poor defense, some of the middle relief and lineup issues, overreacting fans, and why not to be too worried. It’s then time for a trip to the Nelson Figueroa Spanish Academy to learn “pinch-hitter” and “a ton of errors” in Spanish.…
 
Chris Shearn and Jeff Nelson open the show talking about the Yankees loss to the Braves and the 6-11 start to the season. They discuss the team showing no fight, why it’s similar to the 2016 team, Corey Kluber’s struggles, the cold weather, Gleyber Torres’ poor effort and the team not having a leader like Nellie’s teams did. NY Post sports columnis…
 
Sal Licata, Jerome Williams and Jake Brown open the show discussing the Knicks’ six-game win streak. They get into the win over the Pelicans, Julius Randle’s dominance, how fun this team has been, the crew winning the steak dinner after reaching 30 wins and being at the Garden. SNY and KnicksFanTV’s Ashley Nicole Moss then joins the show. Moss talk…
 
Chris Shearn, Jeff Nelson and Dr. Brown open the show with a Yankees fan therapy session. Chris and Jeff vent frustrations with the Yankees getting swept by the Rays, the 5-10 start, the sluggish lineup, Jay Bruce’s surprising retirement and what Aaron Boone could do to change things up. Three-time World Series champion Yankees outfielder Shane Spe…
 
Jake Brown and Nelson Figueroa open the show talking about the Mets taking two of three games in Colorado. They get into Marcus Stroman’s great start, James McCann’s importance, Jacob deGrom’s dominance and Jake’s experience at Yankee Stadium Saturday. Legendary actress and Mets fan Glenn Close then joins the show. Close discusses her Mets fandom, …
 
Jake Brown and Nelson Figueroa open the show talking about the sixth game of the season being postponed Thursday. They dive into the sweep of the Phillies, the strong starting pitching, the bullpen, Brandon Nimmo and the top of the Mets order, Luis Rojas and all the food not open at Citi Field. Actor, comedian and Mets fan Hank Azaria then joins th…
 
Chris Shearn and Jeff Nelson open the show getting into the 5-7 start for the Yankees. They get into the starting pitching concerns, the lineup struggling, defensive issues and the matchup with the Rays. Former Yankees All-Star pitcher and 2009 World Series champion CC Sabathia then joins the show. Sabathia discusses the magical 2009 season, his po…
 
Sal Licata, Jerome Williams and Jake Brown open the show talking about the Knicks’ three-game winning streak. They discuss Julius Randle’s monster game against the Lakers, RJ Barrett developing into a great player, Jake being at Friday’s game and the MSG experience. NBA champion and new Hofstra men’s basketball head coach Speedy Claxton then joins …
 
Jake Brown and Nelson Figueroa open the show talking about Jake catching Jazz Chisholm Jr.’s home run off Jacob deGrom Saturday. They get into why he kept the ball, the heckling he got and debate whether or not to keep a home run ball hit by the opponent. They also discuss fans booing players so early in the season, the fumbling of Sunday’s game an…
 
Chris Shearn, Jeff Nelson and Jake Brown open the show talking about the Yankees losing two of three games to the Rays. They discuss the team’s struggles, Tampa owning the Yanks, Rougned Odor’s start and Jake catching a home run ball Saturday at the Mets game and not throwing it back. YES Network Yankees broadcaster Ken Singleton then joins the sho…
 
Jake Brown and Nelson Figueroa open the show talking about the Mets comeback win in the home opener Thursday. They discuss Michael Conforto leaning in on the walk-off hit by pitch, the Jeff McNeil game-tying home run, Taijuan Walker’s performance and the bullpen concerns. Jake talks about the atmosphere being back at Citi Field and brings his dad B…
 
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