Due to a terrible and disappointing 2018 MLB season, New York Mets fans have been offered free therapy to get through life.
Forty-five and 63. These numbers represent the New York Mets record as the team muddles through during the dog days of the MLB campaign.
Not only has it been rough on the players and entire organization as a whole, but the fans, especially, have endured quite the season (not to mention the successes of their Bronx neighbors). That’s why free therapy is currently being handed out by UMA Health, per AP via ESPN.
New York-based UMA Health made the offer this week after Tuesday’s disastrous 25-4 loss to the Washington Nationals. Not only did it mark the worst loss in franchise history, the game represented the low point of a terrible non-active trade deadline day.
UMA Health claims the goal of the free sessions are to “to bring attention to the important role of therapy” and “to eliminate the stigma of going to a therapist.”
In a rare stunner, the Mets took Saturday night’s game by the final of 3-0 at home over the upstart Atlanta Braves.