If you’re looking for any positives from last night’s dumpster fire for the #Mets, it was Pete Alonso. He took a couple of good ABs before hitting that ridiculous home run, which is still in flight. He is chasing less, swing at and making more contact with pitches in-zone. #Mets
Lindor: “This one, you learn from it. Personally, I don’t like how I have been playing defense the last couple of days. Learn from my mistakes and when it comes to everybody else I hope we do the same thing: learn from it but flush it.”
Our country’s healthcare workers continue to put their own lives at risk to serve others during the pandemic. Thanks to @Citi, some of the staff from @NYCHealthSystem Metropolitan Hospital were able to enjoy some recent @Mets home games!
"It's not good that we're losing games. Let's not get that mixed up. But it's great that it's happening now, because we're continuing to learn, we're continuing to know each other."
Francisco Lindor with a nuanced answer to the Mets' defensive struggles:
"New York, we're not trying to lose games. We're working as hard as we can every day to win ballgames .But we're going to lose at least 50 games, if we win 112, that's impressive right there, so at least we're going to lose 50"
Francisco Lindor discusses the Mets' focus early on