ATLANTA — New York Mets closer Jenrry Mejia has “disappointed” his teammates and coaches with a proclamation of his 80-game cessation for a use of a steroid Stanozolol on Saturday.
“We’re unequivocally disappointed. we mean, intensely disappointed,” Mets manager Terry Collins said. “We came into this whole thing in open training with outrageous expectations and a behind finish of a bullpen being very, unequivocally strong. So we’re all repelled and disappointed, yet we mount by a manners and what Major League Baseball has put down. We’ll have to regroup and get by a subsequent 80 games with somebody else.”
Mejia was dangling after contrast certain for Stanozolol, Major League Baseball announced.
Third baseman David Wright echoed his manager’s thoughts after New York’s 5-3 detriment to a Atlanta Braves.
“It’s apparently disappointing. Not usually do we cost yourself 80 games and don’t get paid, yet you’re spiteful everybody in here,” a Mets captain said. “You’re vouchsafing down your teammates. That substantially means only as most if not some-more than spiteful yourself.”