Tag Archives: Eddie Coleman

Audio: Omar Minaya, Ed Coleman April 24, 2009

Omar MinayaMets GM Omar Minaya joins WFAN’s Mike Francesa to talk about the current sorry state of the Mets. He debunks the rumors that changes are imminent in the starting rotation or coaching staff. Clearly, he isn’t happy with the way the team is playing but he doesn’t have his finger on the panic button yet.

Omar Minaya audio

Mets beat reporter Eddie Coleman of WFAN talks to Evan and Joe about the debacle of a series in St. Louis this week and the problems with the starting rotation.

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Audio: WFAN’s Mets Beat Report- 3.31.09

WFAN WFAN‘s Ed Coleman checks in with Joe & Evan to talk about the Mets news from today. Here are the topics:

  • Oliver Perez‘ nice start last night after being called out by pitching coach Dan Warthen for being out of shape.
  • The Mets potential for interest in Gary Sheffield. Coleman doesn’t think that the Mets will have any interest there.
  • The relationship between Warthen and the pitchers.

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Audio: Eddie Coleman Spring Training Report 2.18.09

WFANWFAN’s beat reporter Eddie Coleman calls into the Steve Somers show to give us the latest news on the Mets. Specifically, he gets into the situation with Luis Castillo and Jose Reyes. Who’s going to hit leadoff? He also mentions that Ramon Castro lost some weight and appears to be in better shape. That seems to be the theme of this year’s spring training for the Mets. Click the link below to listen:

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Audio: Pelfrey, Kay, And Coleman On Mets Spring Training

WFANMets pitcher Mike Pelfrey talks to Joe & Evan on WFAN about the 2009 Mets and his goofy golf cart accident.

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ESPN Radio’s Michael Kay has a beat reporter with the Mets this year. His name is Rich Coutinho. He calls in from Port St. Lucie to talk about the first few days of Mets camp.

ESPN audio

WFAN’s beat reporter Eddie Coleman calls into the Joe & Evan show to talk about the first couple of days of Mets camp.

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