Recently, an anonymous New York Mets employee told the New York Post that Justin Verlander was a “diva” who was “mostly detached” from his Mets teammates and complained that the team’s analytics department was inferior to the one he worked with in Houston.

Accordingly, on the 15th (Korean time), Verlander posted a post on social media that seemed to respond to the employee’s claim.토토사이트

“I have nothing but respect for the Mets organization,” Verlander said. “I know this and everyone’s opinion is valuable. I’m sorry to hear that my staff took offense at my constructive criticism of how we can improve. Good luck to the Mets moving forward.”

According to the New York Post, Verlander’s picky and arrogant attitude caused friction with Max Scherzer. Verlander and Scherzer had a fight with the Detroit Tigers.

The staffer said the 2023 clubhouse felt different from previous seasons, when Scherzer enjoyed sharing information with Chris Bassit and helping young pitchers like David Peterson and Taylor Megill. After Verlander came, that atmosphere disappeared.

The Mets, now 53-65, gave up this season and traded both Verlander and Scherzer.

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