Who smells the rat? Or a raccoon? Cover up? Is there any discord in the large intestine at Citi Field? If so, will anyone admit it?
Mets shortstop shortstop Francisco Lindor said: “It’s the first time I saw a rat in New York, man.” “Crazy.”
Huh what? To understand this and what happened next, we must start with what we do know.
The New York Mets had a much-needed out-of-game victory with the Arizona Diamondbacks on Friday. When rookie Patrick Mazeika was selected by outfielder in the 10th inning, rookie Patrick Mazeika ) Won 5-4 with Pete Alonso.
But after the game, all attention was focused on what happened before that.
First, on the bat of Nick Ahmed of Arizona, there is a ground ball in the middle of the seventh place. Mets second baseman Jeff McNeil seems to succumb to Lindo in the play. Lindor then shot the ball, but was unable to throw Ahmed out at first. After the game, McNeil called it a “misinformation”
Then, at the end of the game, the dull Lindor encountered one of his biggest moments since the Mets. He launched a two-base home run tied with the game and left Arizona left-hander Calle Caleb Smith. Lindor yelled around the base and tapped his chest excitedly. He strode forward and exchanged five fingers with his celebrating teammates. After briefly passing through the tunnel behind the Mets cover, Lin Duo spent the rest of the time watching the game, which looked more intense than jubilation.
After the last one at the bottom of the seventh, something happened to the Metropolitan Tunnel. The video from the event showed several metropolises rushing towards it and pointing. Then, everyone came out to take up their positions on the spot, and there was speculation on social media that Lindo and McNeill had some kind of dispute, although nothing could be circulated from the video to prove it.
Therefore, everyone has to wait until the end of the game to find the answer. If Lindor is a famous devotee of surrealism, then the answers they get from Lindor will not be unexpected. He didn’t dance around this topic, but paid attention to it directly. It’s all about mice…or maybe raccoons. Yes, you’re not mistaken. That is Lindo’s story. McNeil not only confirmed this, but also added the possum to the list of possible tunnel intruders. Mets manager Luis Rojas did not confirm any rodent anecdotes, but he also seemed unfamiliar with what happened.
Moreover, if there is a real disagreement, both Lindo and McNeill insist that it is only about the identity of the mysterious rodents that plague the tunnel behind the Mets’ quagmire. There is no doubt that this has nothing to do with baseball. You can’t make up for these things.
After the game, Lindor first gave a speech, smiling and joking about the issue he must know about the upcoming issue. Regardless of the suspicions of the reporters who beat him by the Mets, he sticks to his story. Abbott and Costello can’t do better.
“It’s funny,” Lindo said. “I told [McNeil] I have never seen a New York mouse. So the sprint failed. I want to see New York mice. He was like, “No, that’s not a mouse. This is a raccoon. I thought, “No! This is the damn rat. This is a rat in New York. “
Next question: But why do half of the people rush there?
“Because of mice, people,” Lindo insisted. “They couldn’t believe that we were walking back and forth between the mouse and the raccoon. I swear this incident is really shocking.”
Next question: What happened to that mouse?
Lindor said: “Maybe a ground crew came to grab it.” “I still have to go back and see if it is a rat or a raccoon.”
Next question: Have you seen a mouse before?
“Of course, of course, of course.” Lindo said. “I’m from Puerto Rico, man.”
Next question: When hitting a home run, did you seem to be angry or angry. what’s on your mind?
“A lot, because I finally helped the team achieve some results. To be sure, it is very exciting.”
Next question: Some people doubt it because it doesn’t seem to be humorous. Is there no tension at all in that situation?
Lindor said: “I went crazy on the court because I didn’t participate in the game. That’s why it looked like I was angry.” “And Jeff, because whether it’s a rat or a raccoon, I will oppose him, he Of course it will go crazy.”
In the next speech, Mazeika talked generously about his important moment in helping the Mets win. This is his second time to participate in a major league game. But when asked, he said: “I heard some news about rats or raccoons. All I saw was some guys underground looking for it. I really don’t know what happened there.”
Rojas stood up next and said that all he remembered was walking into the tunnel and meeting Lindo.
Rojas said: “When I checked, one thing I came across was Francisco, and said:’Go and play. Let’s go and play, Luis.’ “We just came back. That’s it. This is a big team victory. “
Ok. Is there a story of mice/raccoons/possums?
“Francesco has his reasons to share this, as well as any players that the coach was there before, and maybe I also want to share. I don’t know what happened.”
McNeil finished the show.
“like [Lindor] McNeill said: “The debate about mice or raccoons is good. To be honest, I think it is actually an opossum. So it is not a raccoon, but an opossum.”
But it’s definitely not laziness. In any case, regarding the feud between the midfielders in the midfield that the Mets started, hunting mice/raccoons/possums became a huge love superstar.
First Linde said: “I can bring [McNeil] If you want, maybe you can give him a kiss on the cheek. It’s just a mouse, man. We are fine, buddy. “
After Rojas said they worked very well together, McNeill said, “It’s really great. We work very well at the middle level. We have been very active. It’s great to be by his side.”
In this way, the great mouse/raccoon/possum survey is over in the evening. What does this mean? Did it really happen? Well, of course you can. After all, this is the New York Mets.
McNeill said: “We just want to have fun.” “New York coquettish is one thing.”
McNeil said: “People can believe in anything they want.” “This is a closely connected club. It’s interesting, and there is a lot of enthusiasm among the team.”
Ok. Does anyone have an insecticide number?