Found November 12, 2012 on Mike Silva's Sports Media Watchdog:
Hear me discuss the breaking news from Mike Salfino about the Mets ownership situation. Brian Erni of Metsblog gives his thoughts on the failed Jason Bay signing and whether the Mets should trade David Wright and R.A. Dickey. I break down the Yankees new budget during the second half hour with Sensei John Kreese of Nomaas. CLICK HERE TO LISTEN DOWNLOAD THE MP3 If you like to listen to other radio shows and podcasts, check out the Sports Media Watchdog Radio Network
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