Video: Sports radio rant rips the Mets

It's something we never hear in Minnesota...a sports talk host going completely ballistic over a baseball team. Should some of the locals get more animated about the Twins, as Mike Francesa did over the motley Mets? Trust us, this is quite entertaining...
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If Minnesota's sports radio talk show hosts are upset over the Twins, they certainly don't seem too bothered by it. At least, no one seems to have worked up an on-air lather like WFAN's Mike Francesa recently did over the New York Mets' miserable season. This is an audio treat for a lazy Friday. Turn it up loud...

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