Sunday, January 23 2022
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Shea Anything Podcast Show Logo 16×9 with Verizon sponsor logo

Doug Williams and Andy Martino drop an all-new episode of the Shea Anything podcast presented by Verizon, as news continues to drop regarding the Mets search for new front office executives.

Doug and Andy talk about the names that are out there like former Angels GM Billy Eppler, Red Sox assistant GM Raquel Ferreira, and Orioles assistant GM Sig Mejdal – and discuss the pros and cons of each candidate.

The guys also cover the Mets’ decision to officially part ways with acting GM Zack Scott, how things will play out for Sandy Alderson at the GM Meetings, and the next steps in the baseball calendar for the organization – including decisions on qualifying offers for Noah Syndergaard and Michael Conforto.

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Source: Yahoo Sports

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