Monday, May 23, 2011

New York Mets Owner spoke againts his players

Mets owner Fred Wilpon fired the harsh words on the main figures of the team: Jose Reyes will not get the lucrative contract that seeks and Carlos Beltran has declined somewhat.

Wilpon was interviewed in a profile published in the latest issue of "The New Yorker".

The Dominican Reyes can be declared a free agent after the season and guess who might seek a contract similar to the covenant for seven years and $ 142 million to Carl Crawford signed with the Boston Red Sox.

But Wilpon said in the interview that Reyes "is totally lost, he is not going to receive that money. "

About outfielder Beltran, Wilpon said that now he is "65 to 70% of what he once was. "

He also refers to third baseman David Wright, whom he considers "a great player", but "not a superstar".

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