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“But He Found Me” – New York Mets Pitcher’s Hilarious Bid to Evade Manager Buck Showalter Shortly After IL Return Revealed

Published 06/01/2023, 9:56 AM EDT

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Success is contagious, and no one wants to lose the opportunity to relive it. The same situation was with the New York Mets’ Carlos Carrasco, who has been in fine form lately. To avoid any break in his success, Carrasco hid in the bathroom to stop his exit from the play. It happened during the game against the Philadelphia Phillies.

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The Mets ace wanted to stay on the field to oversee his second win since his return from the injury. But all his effort went in vain as the Mets manager, Buck Showalter, found his hideout and delivered him the exit note. This unusual and funny incident has caught the attention of everyone in the MLB world. Fans also took over the opportunity to express their thoughts on the case!

Carlos Carrasco had a failed attempt at hiding from an early exit


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Carrasco has been in fine form and is delivering some quality pitches. He had a brilliant game against the Phillies. The 36-year-old pitched in six innings and allowed a single run. He has done well on the mound with four strikeouts. Given that Carlos was playing great, he wanted to stay for a few more innings on the pitch. Carlos attempted to hide from the Manager Buck Showalter, failed due to the latter’s experience.

Anthony DiComo also shared the news on Twitter. It read, “Carlos Carrasco said that after the sixth inning tonight, fearful that Buck Showalter would take him out of the game at 82 pitches, he went into the clubhouse bathroom to hide from his manager.” New York fans also loved the incident. They vouched for the player who is doing great at the moment.


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Notably, the Mets are playing well lately. The environment in and outside the camp has been excellent, and this incident added to the joy of the fans. They shared their emotions over the incident involving the team’s manager and star pitcher. Here are a few of the reactions on the same!


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The reaction comes as no surprise, as the team is doing well. The Mets are still four games behind the table toppers Atlanta Braves, they will need more performances like these. It will be interesting too how well the team based in Queens will maintain this momentum. What will happen in the future? Only time will tell!


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Written by:

Saurabh Saini


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Even after having an engineering background, nothing stopped Saurabh Saini from following his passion and writing about sports. With a sound knowledge of American sports, Saurabh specializes in baseball. Before joining EssentiallySports, Saurabh has written around 800 articles spanning MLB, NFL, and NHL.
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Abhishek Kumar