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Original logo from November 17, 2015-February 26, 2016

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Second logo from November 15, 2016-February 17, 2017; November 14, 2017-December 1, 2017; February 16, 2018

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Third logo from December 5, 2017-February 15, 2018; February 19, 2018-present

SNY Show


Baseball Night in New York (BNNY)


Doug Williams



Original Run



Off-Season Mets and Yankees coverage

Running Time

30 min

Preceded by

Loud Mouths

Succeeded by

Jets/UCONN programming


Steve Raab

Baseball Night in New York (BNNY) is a show on SNY that covers the Mets and Yankees including non-baseball related topics during the baseball off-season from November to late February. The show premiered on November 17, 2015 to February 26, 2016 for its first season. The show is hosted by Doug Williams at six p.m. with reruns at ten p.m. The show airs every Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday. It was sponsored by Land Rover for its first season. Mets general manager Sandy Alderson was a guest on February 5, 2016 featuring Andy Martino and Sal Licata who were dubbed "Panic City" for their overreaction and bleak outlook on the Mets chances for the then-upcoming 2016 season. Sandy returned on February 7, 2017 with both Martino, Licata and Jim Duquette. On February 15, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie appeared on the show which caused an uproar over his comments regarding the Philadelphia Phillies using the Ya Gotta Believe slogan on their clubhouse wall down in Clearwater. Christie stated: “The Phillies suck. Let’s just start with that,” Christie said. “They’re from Philadelphia. They’re an awful team. They’re an angry, bitter fan base and it’s not safe for civilized people to go to Citizens Bank Park if you want to root for the other team. Ya gotta believe what? Ya gotta believe we’re awful people.” Christie's appearance was coincided with Martino, Marc Malusis and Anthony McCarron.

The show returned for a second season on November 15, 2016 where it was left sponsor-less until January 10, 2016 when it was sponsored by Jeep until February 17, 2017. The logo was featured on the monitor on the set of the show but never on the logo during the opening montage of the show.

The show premiered for season three on November 14, 2017. The show began to be sponsored by Cadillac from December 5, 2017.

Starting on January 2, 2018 the show will now air every Monday to Friday at the regular six p.m. time slot.



Taking the LeadEdit

First/opening topic of the show.

Gut InstinctEdit

Two of the cast members give their top free agent predictions and where players might possibly land with which team and for how much.

Decent ProposalEdit

A proposed trade idea presented by the hosts to both the Mets and Yankees.

Rumors and RumblingsEdit

The latest rumors involving players and teams during the off-season. It was sponsored by Land Rover during the first season.

Free Agent DNAEdit

Possible free agent signings with either baseball team in New York.

Contract ConstructionEdit

Possible future player contracts with either the Mets or Yankees.

Off The MarketEdit

In a parody of the Hunger Games, the show takes a look back at players who are no longer free agents or who have married, including personnel such as coaches, managers or executives who have left for other teams.

Let's Overact!Edit

The hosts overact to a possible event in the future relating to the two teams.

Rouge OpinionEdit

Each panelist give their own opinion regarding a baseball related topic. The segment is sponsored by Jeep (November 17, 2017-).

In RetrospectEdit

The show takes a look back at one of the statements made by one the cast members and reflect on them now. Sponsored by Cadillac. (season three)

Kicking The TiresEdit

The show looks at the latest news and rumors during the off-season.

Climbing The Social LadderEdit

A look at Jim Duquette's Instagram account and helping him improve.

Rapid FireEdit

Two of the shows contributors have to guess more names of any random category. If one loses another takes his place to face the previous rounds' winner.

This Date in New York HistoryEdit

Historical events in New York City sports and non-sports history.

Call to the BullpenEdit

This segment brings in a cast member usually either Sal Licata or Marc Malusis to give their take on a topic.

Great Moments in Reporting HistoryEdit

The shows takes a look back at the archives at either John Harper or Steve Gelbs when covering Mets players or during Mets games as in the case for Gelbs during the comical moments.

Twitter PollEdit

The show before taking a commercial break ask viewers to take a poll on twitter and following the break show and analyze the results.

A Social GatheringEdit

During the first season Alexa Datt would present the latest happening in the world of baseball on or through social media.

Out of Left FieldEdit

Random or weird topic.

The Walk-offEdit

Change of subject/last topic. The segment is sponsored by Jeep, Toyota, Cadillac. (season three)


The show shows all the stats on players and other stuff involving the Mets & MLB. It was sponsored by Land Rover during the first season.

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Former Mets On-Air Talent

Kevin Burkhardt|Lee Mazzilli|Harold Reynolds|Matt Yallof|Darryl Strawberry|Ralph Kiner|Bob Ojeda

Former SNY's News and Entertainment Team

Steve Berthiaume|Andrew Catalon|Kenny Choi|Chris Cotter|Scott Ferrall|John Franco|David Lee|Siafa Lewis|Meredith Marakovits|Roman Oben|Steve Overmyer|Adam Schein|Peter Schrager|Brandon Tierney|Lou Tilley

Former Other

Julie Alexandria|Alissa Ali|Ted Berg|Gabe Cohen|Amanda Cole|Julie Donaldson|Caitlin Fichtel|Neha Joy|Jon Litner|Duke McGuire|Kaitlin Monte|Alexi Panos|Jocelyn Pierce|Heather Prusak|Dan Schachner|Tiffany Simons|Brittany Umar|Ben Wagner|Amber Wilson|Jacob Resnick