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The New York Mets and the Los Angeles Dodgers are one of the best matchups in baseball’s divisional playoffs, and we’ve got none other than New York Mets outfielder Curtis Granderson on the podcast this week to talk about it.
Granderson talks about preparing to face Clayton Kershaw and Zack Greinke, how he stays loose during the postseason and how the Mets’ July changes and young talent allowed them to streak into the postseason.
[Related: Read our preview of the Mets/Dodgers NLDS]
Citi Community Home Runs Program, which donated a total of $168,000 this season to New York-area charities — $2,000 for each homer the Mets hit. Granderson is one of the nicest guys in baseball, a community servant who was the Mets’ nominee for the Roberto Clemente award this season.He joined us on behalf of the
Fun fact: He also was a blogger for Big League Stew back in the day. You know we had to bring that up too.
Here’s a full rundown of the podcast:
– What’s better: four-game playoff day or opening day?
– Curtis Granderson joins the StewPod
– What we thought of Pete Rose calling out Josh Donaldson and Jose Bautista
– Which baseball players we’d shave into our head
[Music: Mobb Deep – “Survival of the Fittest]
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