New York Mets

3rd NL East | 63-63
  • Batting Avg
    .239 AVG
  • Runs
    477 R
  • Earned Runs Avg
    3.65 ERA
  • Home Runs Allowed
    117 HR
  • Video: pitcher flips batter off from the windup, strikes him out
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    Video: pitcher flips batter off from the windup, strikes him out

    This is the most beautiful thing I have ever seen. A pitcher, from the Mexican league if the tweet with the video is accurate, goes into his windup and, just before delivering the ball, flips the batter the bird. Then he strikes the batter’s butt the heck out. Come for the bird-flipping, stay for the batter just standing there, incredulous, as the pitcher calmly walks back to the dugout as if he does this every day: When I retweeted this everyone said “balk!” but there’s no one on base so it’s not a problem. The only problem would’ve been if, after flipping the dude off, the guy roped a double right over the pitcher’s head. That would’ve been rather embarrassing. If you’re gonna talk — or gesture

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    DeGrom struggles, TC and coaches will discuss rotation today

    Jacob deGrom gave up three home runs in 4.2 innings during last night's loss to the Cardinals. In his last two starts, he's lost, given up 25 hits and 13 runs in just 9.2 innings, while striking out only eight batters. He is the first pitcher in franchise history to allow at least a 12 hits in back-to-back starts. He had been 4-1 with a 1.29 ERA in the nine starts prior to last week. Following the game, Terry Collins the Mets would talk Thursday about what to do with deGrom and how to handle the rest of the rotation, now that Steven Matz and Jon Niese are on the disabled list. Matthew Cerrone | Snapchat | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | About Me MetsBlog's Maggie Wiggin will be along later to