It is officially Fall now that the MLB has entered the Postseason. Paul Russo and Kyle Evans have everything covered for the New York squads as they gear up for deep October runs. The Yankees finished the season in Texas with Aaron Judge finally smashing home run number 62. Gerrit Cole also set the Yankees franchise record for strikeouts in a single season. The guys talk about the significance of the records both locally and abroad. Paul and Kyle break down the series and if you can really take away anything from it. The guys also talk about who they hope the Yankees see in the ALDS between the Rays and Guardians.
The Mets swept the Nationals, but it was too little, too late. The guys talk about the series and the interesting move Buck Showalter made once the Braves clinched the NL East. It was the most successful regular season for the Mets since 1988, Paul and Kyle talk about whether that has an impact moving into the Wild Card Round of the playoffs. With a matchup with the Padres looming, the guys look ahead and preview what to expect from the best-of-three contest to advance to the NLDS.
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