“I’m definitely not a Vladimir Guerrero,” he said, referencing the Hall of Famer famous for hitting bad pitches. “I can’t swing outside the zone and be successful. It’s going to be me capitalizing on mistakes rather than expanding the zone.”
We have now hit the point where the Mets players are disagreeing with their manager to the press. It has been clear for a while Callaway has no feel for the game, and it’s time for the Mets to make a change before this season gets away. It’s obviously all not on him, but it also felt that the new GM agreed to hold on to him while holding his nose. Mets fans deserve better than the status quo.