MP3: B&C Morning Show: Mets Hit An All-Time Low; Kidd Fancies Himself A Head Coach

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B&C Morning Show: Mets Hit An All-Time Low; Kidd Fancies Himself A Head Coach MP3

For the second straight weekend, the Mets were swept away by the lowly Miami Marlins, with Saturday’s setback taking 20 innings to decide, during which the “Not So Amazin’s” managed to score just one run. Yesterday was another extra-inning affair, concluding after 10, with an 8-4 Marlins win. With that said, while opening up today’s radio program, Craig declared that his beloved Mets ... Source: newyork.cbslocal.com

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