There was a time this season when manager Mickey Callaway’s every move was golden, his decisions unimpeachable. There was a time when the Mets boasted baseball’s best record and baseball’s best bullpen, the cogs of their machine clicking in tandem. All of that has since unraveled to such an extent that angst is now blooming within their clubhouse.
Shortly after the Mets’ 8-7 loss to the Brewers on Sunday, the team’s third straight defeat, reliever Jerry Blevins said he has graduated from frustration to anger. Callaway tried to explain a series of bullpen moves that backfired. Zack Wheeler bemoaned, once again, one bad inning.
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