Sunday, May 22 2022

In this exclusive interview on Mets Hot Stove, SNY’s Steve Gelbs is joined by Mets bench coach Glenn Sherlock. Sherlock is beginning his third stint coaching with manager Buck Showalter and shares some examples of Showalter’s thought process and is always thinking about how they can do things better and get good results. Watch more Mets Hot Stove: https://sny.tv/shows/mets-hot-stove About Mets Hot Stove: Join a rotating panel of writers, baseball experts, MLB players and special guests as they give you the inside scoop on the offseason moves of the New York Mets and the rest of Major League Baseball.

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