New York Mets has been under the spotlight in recent weeks as they have presented a decline in their results for the 2021 Season of MLB. This has made his own Steve Cohen, the owner of the Mets, harshly criticizes his elements for the poor offense they show. Francisco Lindor, one of those who has not responded with the tree, responded to the criticism and the ‘scolding’ they were given.
Francisco Lindor has not been on the field of play with the New York Mets for several weeks now, but this does not mean that he is exempt from what happens with his teammates or that he is talked about.
The Puerto Rican was interviewed by the press and questioned about the criticism that Steve Cohen, owner of the team, made recently because the offense of the ninth has been diminished in MLB.
Lindor said that this is “a message that they have received all year” and that “he has not been able to do what he is supposed to do” for what he was hired at the offensive level and that in terms of his performance in that area “they can criticize him.”
The New York Mets are in third position in the East of the National League with a record of 60-63 in wins and losses and without being able to count on figures like Francisco Lindor and Javy Báez due to injury.
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