Gary Carter’s Last Recorded Interview

On February 16, 2012, major league baseball lost an amazing human being in Gary Carter.  The Hall Of Fame catcher lost his battle with brain tumors and left our world to go play baseball in that big field in the sky.

Almost exactly one year ago, on February 18, 2011, Ivie League Productions presented an episode of “The Kult Of Mets Personalities”.  A podcast featuring the personalities from KinersKorner.com, their guest that night was none other than “The Kid”, Gary Carter.

After doing some research since the news of his death, we believe that this episode was, in fact, the last recorded interview with Gary Carter.

You can listen to that episode here.

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3 Responses to “Gary Carter’s Last Recorded Interview”

  1. Pete Cordova says:

    Gonna miss the Kid. The ideal big leaguer, easy to understand why so many people love baseball so much.

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