Mets president spoke about the gestures to fans of Francisco Lindor and Javy Báez

The president of the Mets of New York, Sandy Alderson, spoke about the gestures that his players Francisco Lindor and Javier Baez made the fanatics this Sunday against the Nationals in the Major League Baseball – MLB.

At a post-game press conference today between Mets and Washington Nationals, Javier Baez stated that his “thumbs down” gesture during the game was a message to the fanatics who recently booed him and other players for their poor performance, which was also done by his compatriot Francisco Lindor.

“In my case, they (the fans) have to be better. This is how I feel. I love the fans. I like to play for the fans, but we can’t have our fans against us, “he said. Baez.

Reason why the president of the Mets, Sandy Alderson, made a statement and said that these gestures are totally unacceptable and will not be tolerated, ensuring that this “boo” is a right that fanatics of the MLB have.

“The Mets they will not tolerate any player gestures that are unprofessional in meaning or negatively directed towards our fans, ”Alderson said to the gestures of Baez and Lindor.

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In addition, the manager of the Mets assured that he will unite with his players and make the message clear so that this action with the fanatics not happen more in baseball than Big leagues.

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