Callaway: If Mets fail, 'that's going to be on me'

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Callaway: If Mets fail, 'that's going to be on me'
Callaway: If Mets fail, 'that's going to be on me'

Associated Press PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. -- For a first-time manager, Mickey Callaway was mighty bold about his own expectations with the New York Mets. "The front office has gotten us the players. The coaching staff is the best coaching staff in the big leagues," he said Tuesday. "If we don't do something special with the group we have in place, it's going to be on the leadership. That's going to be on me." With the Mets set to hold their first formal spring-training workout for pitchers and catchers Wednesday, an enthusiastic Callaway laid out his vision for a championship contender in that hint of a Tennessee drawl. Seated behind a table during his 35-minute news conference, wearing a Mets cap

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