Billy Wagner does his weekly spot with Michael Kay on ESPN Radio. He talks about his shoulder injury and the Mets big win over the Phillies today. But he also gets into a beef that he has with NY Times writer William C. Rhoden over a column that he wrote yesterday that you can read here.
Basically, Wagner says that he was misquoted by Rhoden in the column. He says that Rhoden was supposed to meet him after the game in the locker room to talk about the column today but no-showed for the meeting. Wagner also says that his post game comments were heard by all of the reporters in the room and nobody else heard him say that he should have pitched in the first game of the Phillies series when Duaner Sanchez and the rest of the bullpen got roughed up in the ninth inning.
Billy’s always got something good to say but this one is especially good.