Watching a New York Mets game on television wouldn’t be the most enjoyable experience it is without the trio of Gary Cohen, Keith Hernandez, and Ron Darling’s commentary. Their chemistry is unmatched, being named the best broadcast booth trio in baseball last year in a survey conducted by The Athletic. The trio has been together for over 15 years and makes even the most uninteresting games entertaining. Already earlier this year the trio made headlines on April 7th when “Keith Hernandez’s cat emergency” took attention away from the Mets first home run of the season.
Welcome to Amazin’ Avenue in Conversation, a podcast from Amazin’ Avenue where we invite interesting people on the show to talk about themselves, the Mets, and more. Steve Gelbs is practically an institution on Mets broadcasts, acting as sideline/field reporter for the team since 2014. We discuss his role with the club and the network as well as some of the developments from the last year, including the Cookie Club and his Dominic Smith interview, as well as how 2021 spring training is different, due to COVID-19 restrictions. You can follow him on Twitter @SteveGelbs.
Few pitchers have dominated baseball like Jacob deGrom in the past few seasons. SNY's Steve Gelbs spoke to our own Andy Adler to break down deGrom's preparations for 2021.
Mets ace Jacob deGrom fell just short of a 3rd consecutive National League Cy Young in 2020. How's he looking in Florida preparing for 2021? SNY's Steve Gelbs spoke to PIX11 News' Andy Adler about deGrom's progress. Andy talks to SNY's Steve Gelbs about how Jacob deGrom's looking this Spring...
PIX11 News' Andy Adler spoke to SNY's Mets reporter Steve Gelbs as the Amazins beat the Houston Astros down in Port St. Lucie Tuesday afternoon. SNY's Steve Gelbs joins Andy to discuss the opening of Spring Training for the Mets. Public advocate unveils 'Renewed Deal' to help struggling New Yorkers.