Mets pitcher Marcus Stromam seems to believe that the Yankees have made a mistake by not taking him to the MLB trading date – at least according to his social media activity.
Stroman approved a series of tweets on Tuesday evening – during the Yankees. 4: 1 defeat against the Astros in Game 3 of the ALCS – that criticized the Americans, because they had not increased their star rotation at the deadline.
"This is the series in which the @ Yankees regret not having attempted to get a stud pitcher," wrote Pierce W. Huff in a Strummer "liked" tweet.
Stroman, born on Long Island, seemed destined for the Yankees this summer, but the Blue Jays instead gave the Mets the starter who missed the postseason.
Our bullpen in the postseason, "said Yankees general manager Brian Cashman said to Yahoo Sports last month.
A Twitter user sarcastically responded to a climax when Yankees gave up a homerun on Tuesday night with the launch of pitcher Luis Severino. Stroman "liked" this tweet as well.
Stroman seemed to have been withdrawn by Cashman's Snub when the GM's comments were first published. Then Stroman tweeted a graph showing his superior stats compared to the Yankees' starters. The 28-year-old went down with a 3.22 ERA between the Blue Jays and Mets this season 10-13, with the beginning of the pitching being considered as the Yankees' flaw throughout the season.