It seems that a few hours later, Mvier inferier Javier Báez left the heel for the hero.
Báez, who came to New York via Chicago for the last commercial season, was outraged by Mets fans this week when it was revealed that several Mets players – the same included – offered hands for several weeks to celebrate the beating or entertaining theater.
As a result, Báez was accused of taking part in Tuesday afternoon’s game he and his partner Francisco Lindor apologized Tuesday morning.
But at the end of Tuesday’s first game, Mets fans welcomed Báez very differently; his first hit at the end of the eighth made him reach first through a hit-by-pitch. This was combined with good (visible) happiness. When he picked up the brother for the ninth time, the fans sang his name and cheered as he hit once to drive well to make it 6-4. Here’s how the fans reacted when they won a contest to help the Mets Marlins 6-5:
It may seem pointless to do wrong after a good follow-up, but what Báez and the rest of the team did was understandable. Like him and the other players he explained, were fans finding the taste of their products in the proverb by calling several players on the Mets during a break or a bad exit.
In response, every time the Mets do something well, they give their opinions to the fans. Description caused an uproar and was not well received by Mets fans.
Báez won the title by giving the Mets their second consecutive victory and recorded their record of 64-67, to third place in the NL East, a 6 1/2 game behind second-placed Phillies. This comes after the Mets led the NL East for the first half of the season and have been falling sharply in the past few months.
All the signs it seems that the days of boos and big toes are behind all the Mets and their followers – but perhaps some good practice will tell us for sure if they have left everyone’s system.