Tuesday, May 21, 2019

Frazier acting like a “tough guy” on the field is getting old.

Someone either is very frustrated with the way he is playing or perhaps has anger issues. Yelling at fans and now “chirping” at other teams players. Todd Frazier is really becoming a detriment to the Mets. Between his below average play on the field and his antics now oofah.

From the N.Y. Post

“Frazier and Nationals right fielder Adam Eaton, who played together for the 2016 White Sox, had to be separated in the middle of the third inning Monday night in the Mets’ 5-3 victory over the Nationals. While Frazier declined to discuss specifics afterward, saying, “It was nothing,” Eaton said a lot more than nothing, savaging Frazier. “He’s very childish,” Eaton said. “I’m walking with my head down. The play’s over. I’m walking away. I hear him a couple of times. I’m a 30-year-old man with two kids. I’ve got a mortgage and everything. And he wants to loud-talk as he’s running off the field. I’ve got to be a man about it. I tried to stay patient with the childishness and like I said, it is what it is. I’ve got to stand up to him eventually.” “… He’s one of those guys that always says it loud enough so you can hear it, but you can’t understand it. So like I said, he’s making a habit. I ignored him a couple of times as he’s chirping coming across, and I had it to the point where … you’ve got to be a man at some point. So I turned around, had a few choice words with him.”

Read more here.

This team is really making a joke out of itself. Between Frazier, Cespedes with his ankle fracturesCano this is starting to remind me of the ghost of the worst team money could buy.  Frazier needs to be benched right next to Cano.

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