NEW YORK (AP) — Pete Alonso and Francisco Lindor learned from phone messages that the New York Mets had fired hitting coach Chili Davis and assistant Tom Slater, a move that left players unhappy.
New York made the announcement late Monday night, two days after Alonso started to publicly mention the positive assistance of a new batting instructor — someone who, apparently, is fictional.
“I found out on Twitter while I was eating my postgame meal,” Alonso said, explaining he then talked to acting general . . .