On this special episode on Bobby O’s Change of Pace, Bobby O sat down with his good friend and former teammate, Howard Johnson. They talk analytics, coming at it from the player's perspective, what happens to the numbers once you step on the mound or up to the plate? Lastly, they talk David Wright, offering some thoughts on his return to the Mets.
This week, up first off Bobby O is talking a quick big picture look into both Mets and Yankees and bringing you into the mindset of these teams going into the postseason... what does it mean for these two distinct situations? Next up, Bobby O dives into what makes Jacob DeGrom his ideal candidate for the Cy Young? Lastly, Zack Wheeler... what is making those numbers possible and why is he where he is today?
After a brief summer break Bobby O is back with Episode 21 of Bobby O’s Change of Pace and he is talking Mets & Yankees. Up first, what are the building blocks the Yankees have that allow them to bounce back after facing adversity? And across town, what is the dangerous message the Mets Organization is sending to their fans? And lastly, what is the most important element when approaching analytics?
This week on Episode 20 of Bobby O’s Change of Pace, Bobby is talking Mets and Yankees. First up, there’s panic in the Bronx, what is this about? Are the Yankees are facing a lack of leadership? Later, Bobby O is talking bold moves he’d suggest for the Mets, and lastly, what’s problematic about the idea of building around the starting pitchers?
This week on Episode 18 of Bobby Os Change of Pace, Bobby O is dissecting the first half of the season for the Mets - what needs to be done on the GM front? Also, some thoughts on Reyes, DeGrom,Mickey and why he won’t be watching the all-star game.
It’s Episode 17 of Bobby O’s Change of Pace and Bobby O is continuing to address the fundamental questions for the Mets - What changes do you have to make a team successful? What are they keys to a winning team? These are just some of the fundamental issues haunting the Mets right now and why making big trades may not fix it if they don't “change the message.”