After leading their division almost the entire course of the current regular season, the New York Mets they are on the ropes. In their last games they have let slip the advantage they had over their rivals in the East of the Nacional and today they are in third position; If the campaign ends today, yesand they would be without playoffs.
Not even the big contracts like Francisco LindorNeither his brand new midseason reinforcement, Javy Báez, have performed as expected. In fact, they have spent more time on the disabled list than on the field of play. This situation seems to have penetrated deep into the Mets owner, Steve Cohen, who recently on his account Twitter He desperately lashed out at each and every hitter on his team after their disappointing season.
With the Mets trying to save his season, the millionaire owner ruthlessly attacked offensive elements in his organization Wednesday morning with a powerful tweet that shook the entire “Big Apple.” This is what the patron of the Metropolitans of Queens said:
“It’s hard to understand how professional hitters can be so unproductive. The best teams have a more disciplined approach. The slugging and OPS numbers don’t lie.”
The Mets lost their fifth straight game on Tuesday after falling 3-2 to the San Francisco Giants in the Californian Bay. They have lost 7 of the last 10 games and their outlook does not look promising, because in addition to facing the leader in the majors, they will soon face the Dodgers in four games in Los Angeles, from Thursday to Sunday.