Rollins Again Takes Exception To Mets' Celebrations

Babe_Ruth

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Newsday - Phillies shortstop Jimmy Rollins has again taken exception to some of the post-home run celebrations by the Mets, according to Newsday.

New York has cut down on their celebrations this season, but Damion Easley and Fernando Tatis did show some emotion after their home runs on Tuesday night in Philadelphia.

"We don't talk about celebrations, we just notice them," Rollins said before Wednesday night's game. "Nobody in particular. The whole team, you know."
RealGM Baseball: Wiretap Archives: Rollins Again Takes Exception To Mets' Celebrations

I personally don't see anything wrong with the Mets celebrating after a home run. A lot of players do it, and I've seen there so call celebrations, and in my opinion it's not all that bad.

Thoughts?
 

Millz

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I think there's a line that you dont cross in the middle of a game when you homer and its not a walk off. I doubt what the Mets did was that bad...JRoll is just mad they got beat I'm sure.