Rusty Staub enjoyed a 23 year career in the Big Leagues, playing for five different teams, including two stints with the Mets. He joined Boomer and Craig this morning in the Allstate Studio to talk about his health, his unpredictable golf game and the current state of the Mets organization and what the future might look like. Staub also talked about his baseball career, which included playing in the 1972 World Series despite having a separated right shoulder (praised cortisone shots if used correctly), belting out 2,716 career hits and having his number retired by the Montreal Expos, an honor which caught him by surprise despite only playing three years in Montreal.

‘Le Grande Orange’, the nickname given to him while playing north of the border, also talked about his charitable work (Rusty Staub Foundation), his Hall of Fame candidacy and, of course, what he is benchin’ these days…

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