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Mets Players Baez And Lindor Apologize For "Booing" Fans With Thumbs Down

(Queens, NY)  --  A pair of New York Mets players are apologizing for "booing" the team's fans with their thumbs-down gesture.  Both Javy Baez and Francisco Lindor said their "thumbs-down" celebration after getting hits was intended to keep the team close and focused.  This follows Baez' comments on Sunday in which he said the "thumbs-down" was a boo towards the fans and their criticisms.  It's been a rough second half of the year for the Mets who were in first place for months but now trail both the Phillies and Braves.

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