It seems the New York Mets' mascot is as frustrated as the fans with the team's disappointing start.
FOX's Tom Rigatti explains:
"Meet the Mets, Meet the Mets..."
You wouldn't want to meet the Mets' mascot, known as "Mr. Met," who has a smiley face fashioned as a baseball. That's because last night, he was a "foul ball" in a foul mood!
''Mr. Met'' flipped his middle finger at a fan during the team's 7-1 loss to the Milwaukee Brewers. Of course, it was caught on video. And also of course, it's going viral.
The Mets are out with a statement of apology, with an assurance that the person inside the costume won't be playing the part of Mr. Met ever again.
Tom Rigatti, FOX News.
Statement from the New York Mets. pic.twitter.com/bRVvqZoqg8
-- New York Mets (@Mets) June 1, 2017