Beltran Still Bitter Towards Mets Brass

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Speaking to reporters after the press conference at Yankee Stadium on Friday, Carlos Beltran was still upset with the Mets and for the first time he spoke publicly about his time with them.

“All the controversy about the Walter Reed,” Beltran said. “The knee — the organization trying to put me as a player that I was a ‘bad apple.’ I was this. I was that. I can deal with 0-for-4 and three strikeouts and talk to you guys. But when someone is trying to hurt you in a very personal way, trying to put things out there, then we got trouble. Now, it’s personal. When they say all that about me, I was hurt. You cannot believe the organization that signed you for seven years is trying to put you down. In that aspect, I felt hurt.”

Well, I’m surprised it took this long for him to speak out. The Mets screwed him over and always took advantage of any opportunity to make him look bad almost from day one in 2005 when someone leaked that he was soft. So Beltran played hurt and the numbers showed it.

Anyway, I’m glad he cleared his chest.

It wasn’t a knock on the Mets, his teammates or the fans whom he loved… It was a knock on the Mets’ owners… And I’m glad Beltran did it.

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3 thoughts on “Beltran Still Bitter Towards Mets Brass

  1. Wow he waited this long to call them out?

    I wonder how Freddy the loser and his son littlevjeffy feel about this

    Better yet I wonder how other players feel about it.

    The best player we had was treated like a bum for no reason

  2. This behavior is business as usual for the Wilpon organization, totally classless.
    This isn’t the first or last player they have treated this way.