Mike Silva wraps up opening weekend by featuring former Mets closer Skip Lockwood who talks about his book “Insight Pitch: My Life as a Major League Closer.” Skip remembers the late former teamates Ed Charles and Rusty Staub, talks about his transition as a starting pitcher to a reliever and being part of the subject of the book “Ball Four” as a member of the Seattle Pilots.
Mike talks about opening weekend and his early observations of the 2018 club. He also reiterates the importance of Matt Harvey’s first start and the upcoming series with the Nationals in DC.
Talkin Mets with Mike Silva:A look back at opening weekend, Guest Skip Lockwood – The Grueling Truth The Grueling Truth Radio
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