With all the speculation about Mickey Callaway's job status, a prominent changing-room voice expressed his displeasure in the dance "Will-you-don't-she".
Noah Syndergaard went so far as to label rumors of Callaway's uncertain job status as "bulls" after the Mets were eliminated by the Marlins 3-0 and defeated by the team in last place.
"I respect the hell of Mickey," said Syndegaard, who accepted the defeat on Sunday despite a good pitching. "Mickey has tremendous leadership values, it's nonsense what's going on with this speculation that there could be a change, because we're so early in the season and just a very small step away from putting it all together for sure." not on him. "
Syndergaard allowed two earned runs with five hits ̵
This is not the first time that Syndergaard has been loyal to the coaching staff. In 2017, when the Terry Collins regime was on the way out, the right-handed man repeatedly flew to former pitching coach Dan Warthen.
And Syndergaard is not alone in the locker room. Todd Frazier a veteran presence, supported Callaway's decision-making after Saturday's defeat.
"I think he's doing a great job," he said. "He can not go up and strike, he does the lineup, he puts the boys in at the right time, and we do not produce, at the end of the day he does the lineup, he does his job, he's a great manager, and we focus If we do not produce, it's kind of us.
That's the conclusion, as a hitter, as a collective group … Let's focus on that "What we can do, and hope it gets us up and running."