Terry Collins pronounced Thursday he had no skeleton to pronounce to Yoenis Cespedes about wearing his top back around a batting cage, refuting an progressing news that a New York Mets manager had a problem with it and designed to pronounce to a outfielder.
Collins pronounced bringing something like that adult with one of his star players has a intensity to mistreat some-more than anything.
“I’m not going to disaster with it,” Collins said. “In years past those kind of things start issues. And I’m going to omit it.”
A New York Post contributor had tweeted progressing Thursday that Collins wasn’t a fan of Cespedes’ wearing his top back around a batting cage, that Hall of Famer Ken Griffey Jr. became remarkable for during his actor career.
Cespedes reliable to ESPN’s Marly Rivera on Thursday that Collins had not discussed a emanate with him.
“No one has talked to me about it. When we got here final year, we asked either it was OK to put my shawl on retrograde during practice, and we was told it wasn’t a problem.
“But if a manager needs to pronounce to me about it to change it, we will positively do so. we have no problem changing it, if that’s what he wants me to do. That’s a nonissue.”