New York Mets Season Games
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New York Mets Season Games is a program on SNY which features New York Mets games live for a few hours. It is hosted by Gary Cohen, Keith Hernandez and Ron Darling as they are the three main anchors for the game. Mets Pre-Game Live precedes it and Mets Post-Game Live succeeds it. Another version of the post-game show which recaps the game is Post Game Extra. The game also comes on WPIX.
It's main sponsor was IO TV from 2009-2011.
This page does not reflect broadcasts of games in spring training.
- Gary Cohen-Main Anchor (2006-)
- Keith Hernandez-Hitting and Defensive analyst (2006-)
- Ron Darling-Pitching analyst (2006-)
- Eamon McAnaney-Back up On-Field Reporter (2009-)
- Jonas Schwartz-Back up On-Field Reporter (2009-)
- Steve Gelbs-Back up On-Field Reporter (2014)/On-Field Reporter (2015-)
- Andy Martino-Back up On-Field Reporter (2013-)
- Gary Apple-Back up On-Field Reporter (2013-)
- Doug Williams-Back up On-Field Reporter (2015-)
- Chris Cotter-On-Field Reporter (2006)
- C.J. Papa-Back up On-Field Reporter (2012)
- Tiffany Simons-Back up On-Field Reporter (2012)
- Kevin Burkhardt-On-Field Reporter/Backup Host (2007-2014)
These sponsors come on games on Sportsnet and PIX 11
- 1.5 million Hamiltonian Race
- 5-hour Energy
- 811-Common Ground Alliance
- Affinity Health Plan
- Airbnb (Sponsor on Monday Night Games in 2014.)
- American Airlines
- American Express
- American Red Cross
- Amtrak Acela Express
- ARC-It shows the doctor of the day from the station
- Arpelle Equipment
- Aruba Tourism
- Astoria Federal Savings Bank
- Atlantic City (DO|AC)
- Atlantic City Food & Wine Festival
- AUC Doctor of the Station-It shows the doctor of the day from the station
- Bank of America
- Benjamin Moore
- Bigelow Tea
- Bivi Vodka
- Boar's Head
- Bob's Discount Furniture
- Bowlmor Lanes
- Boston Market
- BP Gasoline with Invigorate
- British Airways (First Non U.S. sponsor)
- Brooklyn Burger
- Bud Light
- Burger King
- Capital One Bank
- Cayman Islands-Only in Cayman
- Chevy (Sponsor on Monday and Wednesday Night Games in 2015. Also on Thursday Day Games in 2015.)
- Cholula Hot Sauce
- Citi/Bank (Mainly the entire sponsor on Tuesday Night Games in 2012 and 2013. Also on Tuesday Day Games in 2013.)
- Clear 4G Internet
- Corona/Corona Light
- Cure Auto Insurance
- Dick's Sporting Goods
- Dollar Shave Club
- Draft Kings
- Drake's Cakes
- Duane Reade
- Dunkin Donuts
- Emblem Health
- Empire City Casino
- ESPN New York (98.7 FM)
- Extended Stay America
- Feeding The Big Apple
- Fidelis Care
- Ford (Sponsor on Wednesday and Thursday Night Games in 2015. Also on Sunday Day Games in 2015.)
- Fuji Film
- Good Humor
- GoPro (Sponsored a segment showing the players perspective from the field. They used Josh Thole in Spring Training of 2012.)
- Grinds Coffee Pouches
- Habitat for Humanity (Sponsor for Opening Day on April 3, 2017)
- H.L. Gross & Bro. Jewelers
- Hospital For Special Surgery
- Investors Bank
- IO TV
- Jeep (Sponsor on Friday Night Games in 2015. Sponsor on Friday Day & Night games in 2016.)
- Jos. A. Bank
- Land Rover
- Larceny Bourbon
- LIU Brooklyn
- Long Island Rail Road
- Meadowlands Racetrack
- Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (Sponsor for Wednesday, September 21, 2016 game)
- Mercedes Benz
- Mister Softee
- Mountain Dew/Diet
- Movie Promotions (Titles of films sponsoring the game)
- M&T Bank
- Nathans Famous
- National Car Rental
- Nissan (Sponsor of extra inning games in 2015, 2016 and 2017.)
- New Era
- NFL Draft
- North Shore LI J
- Northwell Health
- Norwegian Cruise Line
- NYU Langone Medical Center
- NYU SCPS
- New York 811 (Sponsor on Monday Day Games in 2014. Sponsor on Thursday, August 11, 2016 game)
- New York's 529 College Saving's Program (Sponsor on Wednesday Night Games in 2013 and 2014. Sponsor on Thursday Night Games in 2014. Sponsor on Friday Night Games in 2015.)
- New York Community Bank
- New York Hospital Queens
- New York Life
- New York Power-ball/Lottery
- New York Presbyterian
- New York State Department of Health
- New York State Smokers Quit Line
- New York State (I Love NY)
- New York State (The New NY Works for Business)
- New York Times
- Papa John's
- Parts Authority
- Partners-The Official Ground Transportation Provider of SNY & The Mets
- PC Richards & Sons
- People's United Bank
- Planet Fitness
- PNC Bank
- Raymour & Flanigan
- Ridgewood Savings Bank
- RiverSpring Health
- Royal Caribbean International
- Rums of Puerto Rico
- Samsung GS 3
- Samuel Adams
- Sands Bethlehem
- Send in the Clowns
- Six Flags
- Snyder's of Hanover
- Sperry Federal Credit Union
- Sports Authority
- State Farm-It shows the Agent of the Day
- TD Bank
- Tempurpedic (Sponsor on Saturday Night Games in 2013.)
- Thompson's Water Seal
- Time Warner Cable (Mainly the entire sponsor on Thursday/Friday Night Games in 2012 and 2013. Also Thursday/Friday Day Games in 2013.)
- Tito's Handmade Vodka (Sponsor for Monday, July 4, 2016 game)
- T.J. Max
- Tri Honda
- TV Promotions (Titles of shows sponsoring the game)
- United Airlines
- UPS Store
- Valley National Bank
- Verizon/Fios (Sponsor on Tuesday Night Games in 2015 and 2016.)
- Vision Zero
The show takes place in a booth called the SNY Booth formerly at Shea Stadium and now currently at Citi Field. In the booth there are cameras and score cards that the guys use. In the background there is a sign of the programs sponsor and a SNY, WPIX poster in the back. On the road it has the same thing but the poster is a little different.
If there is a double header then before it Mets Pre-Game Live airs then after the first game Post-Game airs then after the second game Mets Post-Game Live airs. This cancels Daily News Live, The WheelHouse and the Loud Mouths.
If there is a rain delay before or during the game on SNY the network airs re-runs of Beer Money, Mets Yearbook, Mets Classics, UltiMet Classics, UltiMet Moments. If on WPIX then they show re-runs of Family Guy, American Dad and other shows from PIX 11.
As of the start of the 2007 Mets season, SNY debuted a new set of graphics for both their Mets telecasts and SportsNite telecasts. These graphics include a new scoreboard which goes along the entire top portion of the screen as well as a new sports ticker on the bottom portion of the screen. The ticker now provides more stats including wins, losses, and saves, much like the ESPN Bottom Line ticker. The ticker has the sports league initials and a box for each team and their score and stats. During Mets games and other SNY shows it has the sponsor with their logo in the second to last box. At the end of the ticker is the SNY logo.
At the start of the game they show two boxes on top of each other with the teams name with their record and the box with the initials shaded with the teams color. In the middle of the two boxes is the sponsor or the logo of WPIX or SNY.
As part of the graphics when during replays of the game it shows the Mets logo flashing by to the clip and then back as it has changed in it's sound and appearance. The same goes for the SNY logo that does the same thing like the Mets logo. Even when they take a look at what's coming up on the post-game show or the NY Smoker's Quit Line Game Break segment.
SNY features a "SNY HD" logo in the scoreboard for games that are available in high-definition on both the HD and SD feeds. Games shown on WPIX replace the SNY logo with the PIX11 logo. The scoreboard was updated in the 2009 Mets season.
The pitching stats used to just pop-up on the screen now it has the pitchers name on top and the stats roll out and underneath it is the sponsor of the stats. It has the box of the team with the initial on the right or left of where that player is from. For a Mets player it flashes out like the Mets logo. The arrow for the other team is blue but for the Mets it is orange.
The hitting stats also used to pop-up but now it slides out with a sound and flashy graphic like the Mets logo (Only for the Mets players). The arrow for the other team is blue but for the Mets it is orange. Currently it has a box with the initials of the team where the player is from on the left. In the space it has batter's name and position with a middle section on what he has done so far and his AVG, HR, RBI, OBP. Sometimes it has it in a scorecard form showing the innings and a box underneath each one. If that box is marked that means he has batted in that inning and what he did.
When a player comes in batting, pitching or filling in they always show the box from their team with the other color besides orange which is for the Mets.
In 2010-2011 the scoreboard was the same as the one that was released in 2009. At this time the scoreboard had the visiting team on the left end with the logo and letter initials in a box and in the same box area for the score. When the game starts it is set up at 0. The next box is the inning box where it has the number and a yellow line on top or bottom depending whether it is the top or bottom half of the inning. Then it has 4 bases and when somebody is on base the base turns to a yellow color. The next box is the out box to see how many outs there are. The last box at the right is the ball/strike count in number form and after a pitch is thrown it shows the MPH and then it switches back to the ball/strike count. At the end of the scoreboard is the SNY logo. If a error takes place then right next to the bases a space opens up saying OFFICIAL SCORING: E 4 and then it goes back to the original set-up. The same thing for homeruns and it shows the player and how many of the year so far. When the game is over the FINAL appears in where the out count would be.
In 2012 a new scoreboard was released in Spring Training. The scoreboard is now much smaller as it is now in a shape of a box in the top left hand corner of the screen. The scoreboard has the initials of the 2 teams with numbers to depict what the score is for the team. Right next to it is 3 bases to show where which bases players are on. If there is a player on base the base turns to a yellow color. Next to it is a little box that has the inning with a line on top or bottom to depict if the current inning is the top or bottom half.
When a team is batting there is a ball/strike count. On top is 3 dots that turn yellow if it's a ball and 2 dots on the bottom that turn red if it's a strike. Under the bases and inning count is the out section to show how many outs there are so far. If a team is not batting then it shows the pitch count for each pitcher in the game. Once the pitch is thrown it shows how many MPH and it switches back to the pitch count. The ball/strike count and pitch count switch depending on if the team is batting or pitching. The OFFICIAL SCORING appears on the bottom of the team who committed the error. Also the same goes for homeruns.
This version of the scoreboard was changed later in the 2012 season. The visiting and home teams are next to each other with the visiting team on the left end. Instead of team logos it has the initials of the team right before the score section for that team. Next to the team score is 3 bases and if a player is on one of the bases then the base turns yellow. At the top right end next to the bases is the number of the current inning in yellow and a small arrow facing up or down to show whether it is the top or bottom half of the inning. On the bottom left is the ball/strike count. On top is 3 dots that turn yellow if it's a ball and 2 dots on the bottom that turn red if it's a strike. Next to it in the bottom middle is the out count to show how many outs there are in the current inning. If there is more than one out then "out" becomes "outs". Both the word and number is in white. On the bottom right end is the pitch count for each pitcher in the game. Ex: Pitch 11. Once a pitch is thrown then it turns to the MPH and then it switches back to the pitch count. The "Pitch 11" and the MPH is in white. This is the current version of the scoreboard. The OFFICIAL SCORING appears on the bottom of the team who committed the error. Also the same goes for homeruns.
During the game the show has pop-up ads from their sponsors giving information in a little box in the bottom left corner. The same goes for movie promotions.
When sponsoring shows during the game it takes the bottom portion of the screen and it's logo and sponsor and giving the time it comes on. The guys at the booth give the description of the show and after that the graphic for the show goes away.
Since Thursday, June 12, 2014, SNY and Verizon introduced Mets+, a new feature during games which brings limited commercial interruptions between innings in order to bring viewers closer to the action like never before through unique and unprecedented in-game audio enhancements, features, and on-field access. Further in-depth analysis by the broadcasters. It will also include in-game interviews featuring Mets field reporter Kevin Burkhardt and Mets players and coaches from various locations including the clubhouse, dugout, and bullpen. Live behind-the-scenes look at the Mets ground crew. In-game discussion between lead studio analyst Bob Ojeda and Gary Cohen, Keith Hernandez, and Ron Darling. Specially produced segments including Mets Memory vignettes, player reports, and player profiles. Expanded studio cut-ins with highlights and analysis from games across Major League baseball.
Mets+ was once again introduced on Wednesday, July 1, 2015, but it was presented by Citi instead of Verizon.
In 2015, a new scoreboard was introduced at the start of spring training which is placed at the top left corner of the screen. On the left, the visiting team is on top of the home team with their initials in white with their team color and their logo in front of the initials. The score is also in white next to the teams initials. On the right there is three bases and when is somebody is on the base or bases, it will turn yellow. Next to it is the pitch count from the pitcher and it will say "Pitch 9" in white. When a new pitcher or the starter throws the pitch, in white it will show the speed of the pitch such as "57 MPH" and then the number of pitches. If a pitch is thrown at a speed of something like 96, then it will all be in yellow. Below the bases is the out count which is two dots that will turn red if an out is made. Next to it in yellow is the inning number in yellow and an arrow in yellow that will either be above or below the inning number to indicate whether it is the bottom or the top of that inning. On the far right is the pitch count with only numbers replacing the dots that will turn red if it's a strike or yellow if it's a ball. The pitch count is also in white.
Advertisements of sponsors also pop out underneath the score box and if a hitter is on deck it has "On Deck on the left in yellow, then the player's name, but the last name is highlighted in white. The stats for the player will be below and the name of the stat will be in it's initials and in yellow with the number related to the stat next to it in white highlighted.
From April 4, 2016, closed captioning is sponsored by Sideline.
This shows the lineups for both teams for the game. It is sponsored by Ford, Mazda, Geico, Audi, Toyota, Lexus, Hyundai, Movie Promotions, Tri Honda, Chrysler, Verizon, Land Rover, Nissan, Sleepys, Infiniti, KIA.
In 2012 the lineup's graphic became a lineup card and it had the writing in blue. It shows the position the players name and whether he bats left, right or switch going with L, R, S.
In 2013 the graphics changed again as on the side of the lineup it shows both teams bench players. It doesn't show their position but in 3 sections it shows whether they bat left, switch or right going with L, S, R. Their name is in blue writing with the design like an actual team lineup card.
This shows the defense for both teams for the game. It is sponsored by Coors Light, Citi, Geico, Lexus, Chrysler, Bank of America, Mazda, Dunkin Donuts, Toyota, Nissan, New York Life, New York Power-ball/Lottery, KIA, McDonalds, Volkswagen, Tri Honda.
This shows the current pitcher for the game such as starters and relievers. The stats are sponsored by Hyundai, Toyota, Verizon, Chevy, Lincoln, Caesars Atlantic City, Hankook, BMW, Jaguar, Bank of America, Capital One Bank, Volvo, Jeep, Land Rover.
This shows the current players hitting stats for the game.
On the MoundEdit
This shows the starting pitchers for both teams and their stats.
This shows the two starting pitchers for both teams and their stats in the middle of the game. It is sponsored by People's United Bank.
This shows a batter from either team getting ready to bat in the game as it shows his stats for the game or other stats. It has a pop-up from the scoreboard on the screen underneath the teams box as it is highlighted yellow when it pops-out.
This shows the inside report on the current pitchers usually starters. It is sponsored by Xerox.
Keys to the GameEdit
This shows what should the Mets do to win the current game and upcoming games. It is sponsored by Cadillac, Jaguar, KIA, Hyundai. It is also known as "Themes of the Game".
Doing More on DefenseEdit
This segment shows a good defensive play from a player on either team. It is sponsored by Home Depot, Cadillac.
Play of the GameEdit
This segment shows the play that has the most biggest impact on the game. It is sponsored by Mazda, Honda, Audi, Ford, Infiniti, Cigna, Mercedes Benz, McDonald's, Modell's, Sleepys, Nissan, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Buick.
Delta Assist of the GameEdit
This segment shows a good defensive assist from a player on either team. It is similar to the Doing More on Defense segment. It is sponsored by Delta.
Never Stop ImprovingEdit
This segment shows a players stats that continue to improve through the season. It is sponsored by Lowe's. The segments name is the slogan of Lowe's.
Painting the CornersEdit
This segment shows the Mets starter getting strikeouts at the corner of the plate. It is sponsored by Benjamin Moore, Sherwin-Williams.
Inside the LinesEdit
This segment shows the defensive plays so far in the game. It is sponsored by Scotch Blue Painters Tape.
Home Field AdvantageEdit
This segment shows the Mets best stats so far in the season. It is sponsored by Coldwell Banker.
Around The Majors/Drive Around The MajorsEdit
This shows what news is surrounding the major leagues. It is sponsored by Dunkin Donuts, Cadillac, McDonalds, UPS Store, Clear 4G Internet, Geico, KIA, Capital One Bank, Delta, Boar's Head, Pepsi, JetBlue, Royal Caribbean International, Movie Promotions, Six Flags, United Airlines, Cigna, Infiniti, Chevy, Verizon, Bowlmor Lanes, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Nissan, Chevy.
In 2012 it became Drive Around The Majors which is sponsored by KIA, Nissan, Boar's Head, Honda, Infiniti, Mazda, Audi, Cadillac, Volkswagen, McDonalds, Mitsubishi, Acura, Tri Honda, Hyundai, JetBlue, Lexus, Chevy, BMW.
Greater Coverage of BaseballEdit
This shows the latest news surrounding the major leagues. It is sponsored by T-Mobile.
This shows the games current crew and staff of umpires for the game and maybe for the current series.
Upcoming Schedule/Pocket ScheduleEdit
This shows the upcoming home and away games for the Mets this season and what time it will be on and on which network. It is sponsored by IO TV, Fiat, Citi, Audi, American Airlines, Subway, Geico, Mazda, Boar's Head, Acura, McDonalds, Chrysler, New York Community Bank, Ridgewood Savings Bank, Acela, Skechers, Astoria Federal Savings Bank, Samsung GS 3, Buffalo Wild Wings, Capital One Bank, Dodge, T.J. Max, Marshall's, StubHub, Hospital For Special Surgery, New York State (I Love NY), Wise, Nissan, Modell's, Atlantic City (DO|AC), Tri Honda, Heineken, Ford, Time Warner Cable, Verizon, Buick, JetBlue, Chevy.
First Run RecapEdit
This shows video of the first run scored to start off the game for either team. It is sponsored by Dunkin Donuts, Chevy, Monster Energy, Ford, New York Power-ball/Lottery, Verizon.
Run Review/Homerun ReviewEdit
This shows video recap of a run being scored and a homerun being hit. In 2014 it became "Play Under Review" which displays under the scoreboard in the top left corner and is sponsored by Mazda. The sponsor logo appears out of the right of the scoreboard.
5th Inning RecapEdit
This shows the current box score up until the bottom half of the 5th inning showing the score and stats so far in the game. It is sponsored by Subway, Acela, Delta, Nissan, KIA, Tri Honda, ESPN New York (98.7 FM), Heineken, Modell's, Pepsi, Jeep, Dodge, JetBlue, Verizon, Chrysler, Land Rover, New York 811, Fidelis Care, StubHub, Ford.
6th Inning RecapEdit
This shows the current box score up until the bottom half of the 6th inning showing the score and stats so far in the game. It is sponsored by Delta, Tri Honda, Jeep, Dodge, JetBlue, Verizon, New York 811, Sleepys, Fidelis Care, Ford.
It is similar to the 5th Inning Recap.
7th Inning RecapEdit
This shows the current box score in the top half of the 7th inning and is the second one to appear during a top half of an inning. It is sponsored by Verizon.
8th Inning RecapEdit
This shows the current box score in the top half of the 8th inning and it is the first one to appear during a top half of an inning. This rarely appears during broadcasts. It is sponsored by Planet Fitness.
7th Inning StretchEdit
This shows the fans enjoying the time at the ballpark during the stretch. It is sponsored by Dunkin Donuts.
This shows what is going on in the dugout of either team.
This shows a recap by video of the key moments of the game so far. It is sponsored by HP, Time Warner Cable, Mazda, Nissan, BMW, Fuji Film, New York State (I Love NY), New York State (The New NY Works for Business), Volvo, Chase, Geico, McDonald's, Honda, New York Power-ball/Lottery, Mercedes Benz, Verizon.
This shows a recap of what happened in last night's game and some of the key moments in the Mets win or loss.
This segment is similar to Amazin Memories but it shows a key moment from the past. It is also called Yesterday.
This Date In Mets HistoryEdit
This segment shows video in the Mets past on important events in Mets history. It is also known as This Date in Baseball which is sponsored by Infiniti, Klondike.
This Date in Baseball HistoryEdit
This segment shows memories from baseball's past. It is sponsored by Infiniti.
This segment shows recap of the Mets seasons at some of it's most historic and greatest moments. Most of them come from the 1986 Season and from the 1986 World Series. Another segment is called Mets Memories and another called Mets Moments.
This segment shows a historic moment in baseball history. It is sponsored by Coors.
This segment shows a certain pitch of a pitcher and how he uses it during the course of his outing.
This segment shows a pitch swung on and missed or ball rolling up the line to determine it is either fair or foul. Also even on homeruns to see where the ball landed to determine if it is a homerun. Even on defensive plays. It is sponsored by Coors Light.
Cold Hard FactEdit
This segment shows a fact about the game which includes facts on teams and players. It is sponsored by Coors Light.
This segment features a stat on a player or team that is usually unheard of. It is sponsored by Firestone.
Super Slow MotionEdit
This segment shows a scene from the game in slow motion. It is sponsored by Mercedes Benz.
This show the pitches thrown to a batter and see each pitch during the at-bat.
Mets Box ScoreEdit
This shows the list of Mets players who batted and their stats so far in the game. It is sponsored by Burger King, Verizon, Hospital for Special Surgery, New York Community Bank, Audi, Volkswagen, Heineken, KIA, Subway, Chrysler, Ford, New York 811, Nissan, ESPN New York (98.7 FM), Prysm, Land Rover, Wise, Sleepy's, Fidelis Care, Dodge, Acura, Skechers, Jeep, StubHub, JetBlue, Ram, Affinity Health Plan, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Spectrum, Investors Bank.
Winner's Box Score/Mets Box ScoreEdit
If the Mets or any other team win they show the box score which shows the players stats for the game. It is sponsored by Subway, Burger King.
Middle of the Game Box ScoreEdit
During the game there is a box score that shows up at the end of each half of the inning. It is sponsored by Citi, Caesars Atlantic City, Pepsi Max, Xerox, New York's 529 College Saving's Program, Geico, Verizon, Harrahs, Precise, Duane Reade, Budweiser, Time Warner Cable, Delta, Tri Honda, Tempurpedic, Mazda, New York 811, Airbnb, W.B. Mason, Jeep, Ford, Nissan, Affinity Health Plan, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Habitat for Humanity.
It shows the team initials sometimes with the boxes and it's runs, hits, and errors in a box titled R H E on the top of the box. As the Due Up: comes out of it showing the upcoming batters image in their teams uniform and their last name in a box.
Also for the inning sponsors their logo appears in the top left corner or on the left next to the score.
Final Box Score/Game Summary Box ScoreEdit
At the end of the game a box score appears showing the final score, hits and errors. It is sponsored by Pepsi Max, Verizon, Xerox, Caesars Atlantic City, FreeScore.com, New York Community Bank, KIA, Chase, Geico, Audi, Citi, Wise, Duane Reade, Delta, Dodge, Jeep, Movie Promotions, Hyundai, Time Warner Cable, Fuji Film, Volkswagen, Astoria Federal Savings Bank, TD Bank, BMW, Tri Honda, McDonald's, New York's 529 College Saving's Program, Tropicana, Budweiser, Lexus, Extended Stay America, Infiniti, Tempurpedic, Modell's, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Acura, Mazda, New York 811, Airbnb, Ford, Toyota, Royal Caribbean International, Affinity Health Plan, JetBlue, Sleepys, Bowlmor Lanes, Planet Fitness, Fidelis Care, Tito's Handmade Vodka, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Habitat for Humanity.
It also shows the status of the game which is final and the game is broadcasted on SNY or WPIX. If it is extra innings then it says Final/10 (depending what inning it ended in). It also shows the sponsor on the box.
This shows the current box score in a flat style. It is sponsored by FreeScore.com, New York Power-ball/Lottery, Nissan, American Express, BMW, Bank of America, Volvo, Mercedes Benz, New York's 529 College Saving's Program, Chevy, Honda, Acura, TD Bank, Ford, Pepsi, Geico, Citi, Jeep, Dunkin Donuts, Budweiser, Verizon, Vision Zero NYC, Toyota, Land Rover, Mazda, Lexus, Hyundai, Time Warner Cable, Affinity Health Plan.
National League Scoreboard/Out of Town ScoreEdit
The show takes a look at games being currently played or upcoming games by other National League teams. It is sponsored by Sports Authority, Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Geico, Revel, Bank of America, Dunkin Donuts, Boars Head, Atlantic City (DO|AC), Audi, Nissan, McDonald's, Honda, Ram, Toyota, Infiniti.
This shows the current standings in the each division in the National League and American League from East, Central and West. It is sponsored by Dunkin Donuts, KIA.
A.L./N.L. Wild CardEdit
This shows the current standings in the wild card for both leagues. It is sponsored by Dunkin Donuts.
Kevin Burkhardt (formerly) does reports and interviews live on the field and around the stadium seats and clubhouse. His interviews/reports were sponsored by Xerox, Absolut Vodka, Citi, Delta, Cholula Hot Sauce, Time Warner Cable, Tempurpedic, Jeep.
From 2015, it is hosted by Steve Gelbs and is sponsored by StubHub, Prysm, ESPN New York (98.7 FM), Land Rover, Acura, Ram, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Jeep, Bowlmor Lanes, New York Community Bank, Chrysler, Fidelis Care, Subway, Heineken, KIA, TruGreen.
In 2016, the segment with Gelbs is also know as Inside Baseball with Steve Gelbs.
Report from the Pepsi Porch
Kevin used to do a live report of any news and info during the game live from the Pepsi Porch. It was sponsored by Pepsi Max/Pepsi Max Field of Dreams. During games broadcasted from the porch the report by Kevin at the top of Pepsi Porch, it was called View from the Pepsi Porch.
He also used to do it from the Mo Zone which was sponsored Modell's. This ran from 2009-2015.
View from the M&M's Seats
Steve Gelbs does a live report from the Party City Deck where the M&M's logo in 2016 were placed as M&M's became the new partner and official chocolate of the New York Mets. (April 12, 2016-)
Once a year SNY picks a kid to call a Mets game for one inning. It began since 2009. It is sponsored by New York's 529 College Saving's Program.
Call to the BullpenEdit
This segment is when a pitcher is taken out of the game and a pitcher from the bullpen from either team comes into the game. It is sponsored by Verizon, Lincoln, Metro PCS, Dunkin Donuts, Geico, Nissan, Sprint, BMW, Hyundai, Acura, Infiniti, Mazda, Audi, McDonald's, Wise, Chase, United Airlines, Empire City Casino, Royal Caribbean International, Movie Promotions, Honda, River Spring Health, Cadillac, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Time Warner Cable.
Changes for the GameEdit
After a bullpen call or a pinch hitting role by either teams it shows the players who have now entered the game and what position they will be playing. Only when they take the field.
This segment shows the winning pitcher in this case the starters stats in the game. It is sponsored by Ram, Jeep, Delta, Mazda.
- 3rd inning- FreeScore.com, Audi
- 4th inning- Audi
- 5th inning- Ford
This segment asks baseball trivia and then later during the game it shows the answer. It is sponsored by Aflac, AT&T, Verizon. In 2013 fans could send questions through Twitter to stump Gary on his knowledge of Mets trivia.
Tweet of the GameEdit
This asks the fans who are watching the game on TV a question and you can text your response on twitter to the guys broadcasting the game. It is sponsored by Toyota.
Quote of the GameEdit
This shows the latest quote involving the Mets world. It is sponsored by Investors Bank.
Fan Photo of the GameEdit
This asks the fans who are watching the game on TV to submit a photo of the game on twitter or Instagram to win a chance to have it shown during a game. It is sponsored by AT&T.
In 2015 it was known as Data Strong Fan Photo of the Game sponsored by T-Moblie.
Thrill of the GameEdit
This shows a great moment for a fan in the ballpark during the game. It is sponsored by Pepsi.
Twisted But True FactEdit
This segment shows a fact that people might find surprising or interesting. It is sponsored by Twisted Tea Hard Ice Tea.
This segment is named after Eddie Sez, a member of SNY's graphics department who has interesting views on the game of baseball. Once his views are shown on the screen, the hosts discuss them. (2016-)
This segment shows the latest games from around the majors. It is hosted by Chris Carlin and sometimes by Gary Apple, Brian Custer, Jonas Schwartz, Eamon McAnaney, Michelle Yu, Kirk Gimenez, Kerith Burke, Jeane Coakley, Steve Gelbs, C.J. Papa, Doug Williams, Courtney Fallon.
It is sponsored by New York State Smokers Quit Line, Fuji Film, Tri Honda, Nissan, Honda, Ford, New York State Department of Health.
Tour of the Ballpark/StadiumEdit
This segment shows different views of stadiums while the Mets are on the road or at home. It is sponsored by Citi, Fiat, Infiniti, Chase, McDonalds, Geico, Chevy, T.J. Max, Marshall's, Hyundai, Audi, Tri Honda, New York Power-ball/Lottery, Time Warner Cable, Honda, TD Bank.
Flamethrower/High Speed PitchEdit
This shows the fastest pitch thrown by the game's starting pitchers or relievers. It is sponsored by Cholula Hot Sauce, Mazda, Verizon, Time Warner Cable, Chevy, New York Power-ball/Lottery, Modell's.
At some point during the game it has a little pop-up with a speed clock of how fast the pitch was thrown by the pitcher.
Avg. Fastball VelocityEdit
This show a pitchers fastball velocity on average compared to other pitchers in the league. It is sponsored by Verizon.
This shows stats where players lead in a specific category in the National League. It is sponsored by Empire City Casino.
This segment shows which players have been really good so far in the season. It is sponsored by TGIF Friday's, Cholula Hot Sauce, McDonalds, T-Mobile, Movie Promotions, JetBlue, Ford, Time Warner Cable, Geico.
This shows the upcoming pitchers for the upcoming games and series. It is sponsored by Citi, Verizon.
This shows an update on a player who is on the DL and his stats during rehab. It is sponsored by NYU Langone Medical Center, Affinity Health Plan.
This shows the view above of the home stadium from a helicopter view. It is sponsored by Direct TV.
This segment shows what has happened in the game so far in the middle to late innings of the game.
This shows the upcoming games or homestead of teams playing against the Mets.
Upcoming on Geico SportsNiteEdit
During the game the shows takes a look at the 3 main topics coming up later on the night on Geico SportsNite.
Upcoming on Mets-Post Game LiveEdit
During the 9th inning of every game the show goes to the SNY studio and see what's coming up next on Mets Post-Game Live.
During the 9th inning the show shows their next telecast for the game on SNY or Pix 11. If there is a game on Pix they show what is next on the channel and what is next on SNY. If on SNY then they only show what is next on that channel.
This segment was used only in 2010. It showed slow motion highlights on a play. However the segment later lost popularity among SNY Mets fans and it died.
This shows a recap of when a Mets pitcher who gives up a hit or a homerun and see where the ball should have landed in the strike-zone instead of it being hit out of it. It is sponsored by IO TV.
Top Pitch/Mets ProspectEdit
The show takes a look at the top prospect that the Mets or any other team facing them has been in the news with the team. It is sponsored by Time Warner Cable.
On The FarmEdit
This segment takes a look at the Mets top prospect in the Mets farm system. It was hosted by Kevin Burkhardt.
When the Mets are on the road or at home they take a look at a player from the past who was a real opponent that drove the Mets then crazy. It shows the players career stats. It is sponsored by Pepsi Max Field of Dreams.
This shows a particular player and his stats and career highlights and rankings with those stats. On the right side is a image of the player with a bat or a glove (if he his a pitcher).
This shows a quote from someone from the organization of the Mets or other teams. It is sponsored by Time Warner Cable.
Ask the BoothEdit
Kevin Burkhardt goes up to fans at the stadium and they give out questions to the booth. It is always around the Verizon Booth. It is sponsored by Verizon. In 2010 the fans could call or email the guys about a question concerning the team.
This shows fathers and sons at the ballpark. It is sponsored by Nautica.
This segment asks a question related to baseball and the answer by sending a text. Then it shows the poll results by percentage of who voted for more for the question. It is sponsored by Toyota, Verizon, Chevy.
This shows a clock at the side of the screen seeing how long it takes a player to run the bases, pitch, or on defensive plays.
This looks at two players who at one point changed the game of baseball. It is sponsored by T-Mobile.
This shows the Mets hottest stats so far. It is sponsored by Cholula Hot Sauce.
This shows the saves leader in the National League. It is sponsored by New York Community Bank.
This shows the stats for the Mets bullpen. It is sponsored by Time Warner Cable.
All-Time Home Run LeadersEdit
This shows the all-time homerun leaders in the MLB. It is sponsored by Time Warner Cable.
This shows the players that lead in homeruns in the National League or for a team. It is sponsored by Time Warner Cable.
Runs Batted In/RBI LeadersEdit
This shows the current players with the most RBI's in the MLB. Or it shows RBI leaders for a team. It is sponsored by Time Warner Cable.
This shows the current players with the most extra-base hits leading the National League. It is sponsored by Time Warner Cable.
40+ HR & 120+ RBI vs MetsEdit
This shows player who have hit 40 plus homeruns and 120 plus RBI's in their career against the Mets. It is sponsored by Time Warner Cable.
Complete Game LeadersEdit
This shows pitcher who have the most complete game wins by decade. It is sponsored by Firestone.
Changing of the GuardEdit
This shows the stats of a player that left the Mets and the player that took over for him so far in the season. It is sponsored by Time Warner Cable. Below is the list of those that were placed on the list.
This shows the current leaders in stolen bases in the MLB. It is sponsored by Time Warner Cable.
2012 Coaching StaffEdit
This shows the current coaching staff of a team and their career numbers in the majors. It is sponsored by Time Warner Cable.
Other Side of the DiamondEdit
This shows quotes of the staff of the other team playing currently against the Mets or a former player who has had experience playing against the Mets. It is sponsored by Pepsi Max, Bigelow Tea.
On the Shelf/On The Way BackEdit
This shows news, facts and stats about players on the DL. For on the way back it shows the news, facts and stats but the player is on his way to returning to the major leagues.
The Recovery RoomEdit
This shows a teams players on the DL and info regarding about them. It is sponsored by New York Presbyterian.
Track of ThoughtEdit
This segment determines what is going on a players mind on a play. Sometimes they do it with Keith Hernandez on his opinion on the game. It is sponsored by Acela.
This segment shows a player during a play or an at-bat. They do it with Keith Hernandez. It is sponsored by Verizon.
This segment shows a teams upgrade usually with a player that has impacted the team. They do it with Darling. It is sponsored by Verizon.
Score With KeithEdit
This segment will asks fans to send in a correct answer on a trivia question about Keith through twitter on his life and time in baseball. The correct answer will award a prize to the one who sends it in.
Update from MetsblogEdit
- Keith Hernandez Twitter Page
- Ron Darling Twitter Page
- Kevin Burkhardt Twitter Page
- Eamon McAnaney Twitter Page
- Eamon McAnaney FaceBook Page
- Jonas Schwartz Twitter Page
- Andy Martino's Twitter Page
- Steve Gelbs Twitter Page
- Gary Apple's Twitter Page
- Doug Williams Twitter Page
- Chris Cotter FaceBook Page
- C.J. Papa's Official Website
- C.J. Papa's FaceBook Page
- C.J. Papa's Twitter Page
- Gary,Keith,Ron's Official Website
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