Todd Frazier
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Even after a win, the New York Mets don’t seem happy. More specifically, Todd Frazier is firing back at a beat reporter on Twitter.

We all know Todd Frazier. He’s the happy-go-lucky guy that everyone loves. But that doesn’t mean the New York Mets‘ third baseman can’t get “big mad” on Twitter like the rest of us.

Following Thursday’s matinee victory over the San Diego Padres, Frazier took to Twitter to call out beat reporter Anthony DiComo.

This isn’t the first time a Met has been—unhappy with a reporter. Recently, Noah Syndergaard went at DiComo after a brutal extra-innings loss in San Francisco.

Do Syndergaard and Frazier have a legitimate gripe with DiComo? Eh. Maybe a little bit, but it feels like they’re nitpicking. If anything, Syndergaard has a much better reason to be angry.

With all that said, these Twitter spats are moments that we will focus on now, but will likely forget as the season progresses.

That’s not the case with the altercation that took place between manager Mickey Callaway, veteran starting pitcher Jason Vargas, and Newsday reporter Tim Britton.

Following a tough loss in Chicago, Callaway erupted on Britton and Vargas followed that up by physically challenging the reporter in the friendly confines of Wrigley Field.

The aftermath of the incident was even more embarrassing than the altercation itself. Callaway refused to apologize for his actions. But then after he “got some feedback” he came back out to reporters, with his tail tucked between his legs, and apologized. Vargas still hasn’t apologized for his role in the ordeal.

The Mets have underachieved on the field and aren’t doing themselves any favors off the field. With the trade deadline approaching and the playoffs out of reach, tensions seem to be running high in the locker room.

It’s a tough year to be on the Mets beat, huh?

NY/NJ hoops reporter (NBA/NCAA) & sports betting writer for XL Media. Never had the makings of a varsity athlete.