A few weeks ago, I was granted the opportunity to ask former Mets outfielder and ESPN analyst Brian McRae a few questions regarding his time in New York and what he is currently up to now. As many will recall McRae spend parts of three seasons in Flushing during which time he hit roughly .250, which is lower than his career average of .261. During his time with the Mets, McRae played under Bobby Valentine and was on the 1999 playoff team for much of the season before being traded. Since his playing career ended, McRae has been involved with numerous projects, including owning a radio station, as well as running a youth baseball program. I hope you enjoy my exclusive interview with former MLB player and analyst, Brian McRae: PH: Being the son of a Hall of Famer, did you find that w ...
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