The Mets clearly had enough of an indulgence by rival shooters, and tensions festered Wednesday afternoon.
After another Mets hitter hit court – JD Davis left the game in the eighth with a left ankle injury – a fight erupted between the Mets and the Cardinals in St. And indoors at Nolan Arenado.
Arenado first nodded in acknowledgment and then started shouting toward Lopez, and soon both the benches and the benches were cleared. A huge variety of thrust and thrust has been developed and some players have been grappling on the ground. Arenado, who pushed Thomas Nido before he advanced down the hill, was kicked out of the game. Pete Alonso was brought down by the Cardinals’ first coach, Stoby Clapp.
Asked if Arenado’s reaction was off the line, Mets coach Buck Showalter said, “I’ll let them deal with their players. I know our player got hit in the head and went to first base,” noting that Alonso had been exposed to coal the night before. This was the second time this season for Alonso to wear the helmet.
The Mets have played 19 times this season, which is more than the MLB. Three Mets were injured Tuesday night.
Was Drowning Jar Mets Chris Bassett Railing around baseballs after that.
“MLB has a very, very big problem with baseballs – they’re bad,” Bassett said. “Everyone knows it. Every bowler in the league knows it. MLB doesn’t care about that. They don’t care. We told them our problems are with them, they don’t care.”
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