New York Mets Manager Mickey Kallaway screamed obscene words in a Sunday Newsroom reporter at the club on Sunday, and pitcher Jason Vargas began to challenge the reporter to fight and have to abstain from him. The bullet stroke led 3: 2 in the eighth inning from the end of the 5-3 loss for Chicago Cubs in Wrigley Field. Reporters asked repeatedly after the match for Callaway's decision to stick to reliever Seth Lugo during the eighth inn, rather than getting closer to Edwin Diaz. Lugo allowed Javier Baes to give a three-way homer.
After the press conference, Callaway passed by Tim Heee at Newsday. Healey told Callaway he would see "tomorrow", and Callaway responded by calling "m ̵
Callaway instructed the team's public relations staff to accompany Healey from the club, telling them to "take this out —– f —– from here," according to several reporters present.
When Haley did not leave, Vargas looked at him and called him, including a proverb. , "We'll downplay you f-out, bro," according to the Yahoo Sports account.
Vargas was charged with Healey, but was detained by teammates, including Carlos Gomez and Noah Syndergaard. the incident.
Callaway, the Mats brother's manager, received the vote of confidence from first general manager Brody Van Wagenen in late May after the club was swept by Marlins in a series of three games in Miami. Loss on Sunday dropped Mets to 37-41 in season, nine games after Atlanta's first place in the National League East.
Mets made changes to his coaching team on Thursday when he kicked coach David Elland and coach Cullen Chuck Hernandez. 19659002] The Associated Press contributed to this report.