Players and countrymen Francisco LIndor and Javier Baez they apologized to the fans of the Mets from New York for the inconvenience caused in the MLB days past.
Apparently Francisco LIndor andJavier Baez They were tired of being booed by the Mets fans, so every time they got a good thing done they would put their thumbs down in response to the fans.
President Sandy Anderson of the Mets of New York clarified that he was going to have a meeting with the players especially with Javier Baez, Francisco LIndor and Kevin Pillar, who started the lead.
“It was wrong and I apologize to whoever was offended. It was not my intention to offend people. ” Lindor said.
“Obviously the fans want us to win, and pay our salary as everyone says … If I offended someone, we apologize and we will not do the same.” Baez said.
When the magician was asked if he expected to be booed tonight, he said the following:
“The fans are going to be the fans.”
“Obviously the fans wants us to win, and they pay our salary like everyone says… If I offended anybody, we apologize and won’t do the same thing.” -Javy Báez pic.twitter.com/X0Pkv2DWNK
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New York’s fans are more intense than Chicago and Cleveland, cities where Lindor and Báez previously played. None had played with as much pressure on them as they are doing now.