@Grafixjoker with his Mega McCann with his McCannon
very rare Jersey made in Venezuela,
league view !!!
Endy Chávez (Valencia (Venezuela),
7 of February of 1978) is
a professional Venezuelan
who plays in the position of gardener.
In Major League Baseball he is a
Baltimore Orioles record
since December 2011 while in his
native Venezuela he plays for Magellan Navigators.
He has also
worn the jersey of other teams like the
Tigres de Aragua,
the Sharks of La Guaira, and Caribes de Anzoategui in the
2010-2011 season, a team he he
lped win his
first title in twenty years of history,
but only Has done as a
reinforcement for the round robin and the final.
Chavez battles and defends the left-hander, is considered a
good fielder, has speed, a great
arm and ability to connect hits to all parts of the field.
He is well known for a great
play he made in the seventh game of the National League
Championship Series in 2006.
In his first six seasons, Chavez hit .269 with
15 homers and 148 RBI in 569 games.
Endy's brother Ender Chavez has played in the minor
leagues with the New York Mets,
Montreal Expos and Washington Nationals, and currently
plays in the Golden League.
Minor Leagues 
Chavez made his minor league debut in 1996 with the Mets in the New
York Mets affiliate rookie league. In his
first season with the team, he hit .354 in 48 games.
He played in the next four years in
organizing the Mets with Kingsport Mets, Gulf Coast Mets,
Capital City Bombers and
St. Lucie Mets. On March 30, 2001, Chavez
was traded from
the Mets to the Kansas City Royals. In 2001
Chavez played for the Wichita
Wranglers and the Omaha Royals before making his debut with the Royals.
In 2002, Chavez with the Montreal Expos, played for the Ottawa
Lynx. With Ottawa, Chávez went to
the All-Star in the International League in 2002.
Chávez finished in 2004
with the Edmonton Trappers. In 2005,
Chavez played with the
New Orleans Zephyrs in Triple-A affiliated with the Montreal
Expos, now known as the Washington Nationals.
Batting stats 
Intrepid fan advocate reporter is in Chicago for the Mets game tonight and saw some cool new security tech.
The Cubs don’t have metal detectors or wands, instead, just some retail store style checkpoints. If you get beeped, you stop for a check. We NEED these @CitiField.— Niko Goutakolis (@NikoGoutakolis) April 20, 2021
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In the Athletic today, there have been more allegations of sexual harassment within the Mets organization. This time it was Joe DeVito, the team’s former executive producer for content and marketing and the other was the recently rehired David Newman, the team’s chief marketing, content and communications officer.
From the Athletic.
About Joe DeVito and his response.
“We were all pawns in this toxic workplace,” said one former Mets employee, who has worked in baseball for more than a decade.
Said another who left the team and the industry altogether: “Sometimes (thinking about it) gives me a bit of PTSD.”
At least two women who worked with or around Joe DeVito, the team’s executive producer for content and marketing, spoke to team lawyers, describing incidents they believed were sexual harassment, The Athletichas learned. DeVito announced he was leaving the team on March 8.
“I won't dignify the allegations you are hearing with a response except to say I've always tried to be a gentleman with everyone with whom I work and with whom I'm involved with personally,” DeVito said in a statement to The Athletic.
About David Newman
In another case, a member of the Mets front office was rehired despite allegations of inappropriate comments to female employees during an earlier stint with the team.
Seven employees (both male and female) told The Athletic that David Newman, the team’s chief marketing, content and communications officer, made the comments during his first run with the team from 2005-2018. When he was slated to rejoin the club in November 2020, two female employees complained to Mets president Sandy Alderson about Newman’s previous conduct, but Alderson still hired him.
“It was deflating,” said one of the women who spoke to Alderson.Current and former employees also criticized the club’s human resources department — the venue for staff members to raise their concerns. If Cohen is serious about getting to the root of what happened before he took control of the team, past and current employees say an examination of how complaints were handled is essential.
There is a second more in depth article on The Athletic also.
The Athletic goes on to talk about DeVito and David Newman
There was DeVito, who made unwanted advances toward multiple women, including sending text messages to one employee such as: “I’ve barely hit on you. So that counts for something.” There was Ryan Ellis, a former hitting performance coordinator; three women previously complained he made aggressive sexual comments to them and sent persistent suggestive text messages. Seven employees (both male and female) told The Athletic that David Newman, the team’s chief marketing, content and communications officer (and DeVito’s boss), made inappropriate comments to female employees during his first stint with the team from 2005-2018. Upon learning that Newman was slated to rejoin the team in November 2020, two female employees warned Mets president Sandy Alderson about Newman and suggested Alderson examine Newman’s previous behavior.
The Mets human resources department was supposed to be a firewall against such behavior and a venue for employees who wanted to raise concerns. But more than a dozen people – both male and female – said one of the department’s top officials, Holly Lindvall, seemed to prioritize pleasing ownership, which made employees skeptical their complaints would be taken seriously. Allegations against Callaway, Ellis, Newman and others reached HR and/or the Mets’ legal department. Yet those three men and others remained in their posts.
And a little mire about David Newman
Newman could be an effective advocate. He would push employees to seek a new job every two years, even if that meant leaving the organization, and would champion employees in their future endeavors, leveraging his connections for those he liked. One woman said she was told during the interview process: “He’s an asshole who is terrible to work for, but he can get you where you need to go.”Past and current employees say Newman frequently made inappropriate remarks about women’s appearances, offering commentary on how they wore their hair, did their makeup and dressed and even what accessories were acceptable.
Read more here.
Oh yeah we got one more quote from Sandy Alderson via the Athletic.
“Is there ever a statute of limitations on coverage of some of this stuff?”
Thanks to @mediagoon of @QBConvention for joining @THE_SamMaxwell @BTB_MikeII & @Metfanrich on the podcast tonight. We talked every aspect of what we've seen so far, including SP, BP, Nimmo, etc. Also talked #QBC with Keith. Great ep...LISTEN NOW! https://t.co/4ZdQXEWI2F #LGM— The Metsian Podcast with Sam, Rich and Mike (@THEMetsianPod) April 16, 2021
METS-PHILLIES POSTPONED TODAY
Game Rescheduled as First Game of Single Admission Doubleheader
FLUSHING, N.Y., April 15, 2021 – The New York Mets have announced that today’s game against the Philadelphia Phillies has been postponed due to inclement weather. It will be rescheduled as the first game of a single admission doubleheader on Friday, June 25 at 4:10 p.m. The second game of the doubleheader will start approximately 30 minutes after the conclusion of the first game. Both games will be seven-inning contests. Tickets for today’s game will NOT be valid for admission to the June 25, 2021 doubleheader.
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