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SportMets’ Jason Vargas reportedly threatens, charges at reporter after loss to Cubs

01:50  24 june  2019
01:50  24 june  2019 Source:   sportingnews.com

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Vargas charged at the reporter and multiple people, including Carlos Gomez and Noah Syndergaard, had to separate them. The reporter also said he received an apology call from Mets COO Jeff Wilpon later Sunday. Vargas , 36, signed a two-year, million contract with the Mets in February

New York Mets manager cursed out a Newsday reporter following Sunday’s 5-3 loss to the Chicago Cubs , and pitcher Jason Vargas later threatened to knock out the reporter . The incident went down after a brutal Mets loss to the Cubs that featured a questionable decision by Callaway in not using

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The Mets’ season continued to move in the wrong direction Sunday.

New York dropped to 37-41 after it blew a late lead and fell to the Cubs, 5-3, at Wrigley Field. But, things went from bad to worse after the game.

Mets manager Mickey Callaway cursed out a reporter following the loss and requested he leave the locker room, according to multiple reports.

New York starter Jason Vargas then stared down the same reporter and words were exchanged. He also said he’d “knock him out,” according to Yahoo Sports. No punches were thrown, but Vargas “charged” at the reporter and had to be restrained by Carlos Gomez and Noah Syndergaard.

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New York Mets manager Mickey Callaway and starting pitcher Jason Vargas cursed out a Vargas then stared down Healey and reportedly mentioned fighting the reporter , telling Vargas then tried to charge Healey but was restrained by starting pitcher Noah Syndergaard and outfielder Carlos Gomez.

New York Mets pitcher Jason Vargas might be in some hot water with the team after threatening a reporter . He told a reporter he'd knock them out. According to Yahoo Sports, Vargas told a reporter “I’ll knock you the f— out, bro,” during a heated verbal exchange after losing to the Chicago Cubs 5-3.

The reporter reportedly left the locker room shortly after.

Vargas, 36, signed a two-year, $16 million contract with the Mets in February 2018. He holds a 3-3 record with a 3.75 ERA in 13 appearances this season.

Vargas has also pitched for the Marlins, Angels, Mariners and Royals over his 14-year career.

Callaway is in his second season with the Mets, as well.

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Tensions were running high after a 5-3 loss in Chicago to the Cubs , after which reporters Vargas stared down Healey and eventually charged at him before being restrained by teammates. Healey left the clubhouse soon after . “The Mets sincerely regret the incident that took place with one of our

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