After days of airing out their frustration with the discrepancy and perceived concentrating on of their hitters, the Mets could lastly see the league take some steps to deal with their considerations. On the very least, the membership might be assembly with MLB brass on Friday.
New York — who occurs to at present have the greatest file in baseball at 14-6 — noticed their anger come to a breaking level throughout Wednesday’s sport in opposition to the St. Louis Cardinals, when each groups took half in a benches-clearing brawl. The melee transpired after J.D. Davis of the Mets was plunked on the foot within the prime of the eighth, and within the backside half of the body, Cardinals third baseman Nolan Arenado took exception to an up-and-in heater thrown by Yoan Lopez.
Following the incident, Arenado and St. Louis first base coach Stubby Clapp had been ejected from the sport.