Behind the scenes stories of Buck Showalter's coaching tactics | Mets Hot Stove

Gary Apple asks Jim Duquette for some specific examples of Buck Showalter's preparation, he tells two Spring Training stories. In the first, Buck Showalter runs a shot clock of 4.2 seconds to make infielders get their timing down. In the second, Buck simulated crowd noise by blaring loud noise over the loudspeakers during an infield popup drill. It was so loud that neighbors called the cops because they thought there was a serious incident going down. Watch more Mets Hot Stove: About Mets Hot Stove: Join a rotating panel of writers, baseball experts, MLB players and special guests as they give you the inside scoop on the offseason moves of the New York Mets and the rest of Major League Baseball.