Mets positive Mickey Callaway, Jason Vargas for incident with reporter

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The Mets’ outbursts towards Newsday reporter Tim Healey might be expensive, no less than financially.

Normal supervisor Brodie Van Wagenen mentioned each supervisor Mickey Callaway and beginning pitcher Jason Vargas had been fined for his or her actions on Sunday.

“The altercation was disappointing. It was regrettable on many ranges,” Van Wagenen advised reporters Monday in Philadelphia.

Callaway cursed out Healey after the reporter mentioned, “see you tomorrow.” Vargas then bodily threatened Healey saying he would “knock you the f–ok out.”

Van Wagenen mentioned the altercation wouldn’t have an effect on Callaway’s standing with the crew.

“My confidence stays the identical in Mickey’s capability to do his job,” Van Wagenen mentioned.