Mickey Callaway maneuvers through his first Mets controversy, explains how group ran into Donald Trump Jr. while shark fishing.
“He just happened to be on the beach fishing. It would be the same if we walked into a restaurant and somebody is in there eating, don’t think we can control that,” Callaway said Saturday afternoon. “I guess I could call the Secret Service and get his schedule and schedule around it.”
Not even a week into the first spring training and the Mets “wandered” into their first controversy of the season.
The Mets staff immediately decided the team’s social media account would not tweet pictures or video of players or on-field personnel with Trump…
While the majority of clubhouses tend to lean toward the conservative side of the political scale, this current political climate has changed that. With players from around the world, there are differing opinions of this administration’s policies on immigration, the travel ban (which included Venezuela) and the state of race relations in America.