The baseball player Mets from New York, Francisco Lindor, did not hesitate to respond to the words of the owner of the organization, Steve Cohen, where he criticized his batters in baseball from Major League Baseball – MLB.
Steven Cohen, The new owner of this organization said on Wednesday via Twitter that he does not understand how professional hitters can be so inconsistent, which is why the Puerto Rican of the Mets in the Big leagues, Francisco Lindor, spoke and nothing was saved.
The shortstop of the Mets emphasizes that this hitting criticism has been received throughout this year in the MLB, but that not everything is bad within the team. However, take the words of Steven Cohen, since the offensive is one of the demands that is asked of him and for that he came to the Queens organization.
“I have not done what I have come to do when it comes to the offensive side. In defense, they cannot speak to me. On a base run, they can’t talk to me either. But offensively, yeah, criticize me, say what you want. You are tight. Are you okay. I am with them ”, said Francisco Lindor.
Here the report:
Francisco Lindor was asked if Steve Cohen’s Wednesday tweet sent a message to the clubhouse. In his response, he was blunt in his assessment of his own play this season: pic.twitter.com/p8FpcjrT8C
– Tim Britton (@TimBritton) August 21, 2021
The Mets They slowed down somewhat after the All-Star Game and everyone knows it, being that the reason for the tweet of Steven Cohen, same that made quite a lot of noise and caused a lot of noise this week in baseball Big leagues.
What’s more, Lindor when you return to action you will want to raise your level and increase your offensive numbers in the 2021 season of MLB with the Mets, which are the following: 11 homers, 71 hits, 36 RBIs, eight stolen bases and a .228 average.