Source: Newark Star-Ledger
Terry Collins addressed the Mets after their 6-2 loss to the Colorado Rockies Tuesday at Citi Field.
There was no yelling, no screaming, but for the third time this season he decided that it was time to emphasize a point to his team.
The manager was not happy with his team's execution, and while he said that he doesn't think they have packed it in for the season, the optics were not in their favor.
"We have not packed it in but as I told the guys, in our game, perception is reality and when you sit on the outside and watch a game like tonight, the perception is they packed it in," he said. "And I won't stand for it. I believe in accountability. I believe in how you play the game right.
Welcome to Sports Rumor Mill - Sports News & Rumors!
Sports forum & discussion about the latest sports rumors from the NFL, NBA, NHL, MLB and more. Talk about rumors from your favorite team.
You are currently viewing our community forums as a guest user. Sign up or
Having an account grants you additional privileges, such as creating and participating in discussions.