The Mets have now lost seven games in a row. Of these, the team has blown out a late lead five times.
From Sunday, the club with 37: 47 and 1
Despite the Tribute to the Miracle Mets of 1969 This weekend, the frustrations seething over at Citi Field on Saturday. Right-handers Seth Lugo allowed two home runs in the eighth inning, giving the Braves the lead and ultimately victory.
As Manager Mickey Callaway When he came to the hill to pull him out of the game, he was greeted with deafening booze and moans.
The TV program was immediately commercialized and nothing was mentioned when the game resumed.
It was a year of roller coaster ride for Callaway, who has been on-site since the Mets swept in a series of three games in Miami earlier this year. General Manager Brodie Van Wagenen has also expressed support for Callaway in recent weeks, even though the club has crashed to earth like a meteorite, which a reporter called a "backlash."
Although the team's season is essentially over, Callaway remains at least the manager of the Mets until Sunday.
New York, however, has a day off on Monday before it starts
At this time, it's too late for a manager change to make a real impact, since New York needs a miracle to have a chance at all Team an opportunity to try a man like Luis Rojas to see if he can be effective. Regardless, the fans are obviously frustrated, and I'm sure the organization is too. Although it is not entirely Callaway's fault, there will probably be a solution soon.