They may still be hanging out near the bottom of the National League standings, but a historic sweep of the Yankees apparently injected a lot of confidence into at least one member of the Mets' lineup. Pitcher Collin McHugh, according to the New York Daily News tweeted:
The tweet came after the Mets recorded their first sweep of the Yankees since interleague play began in 1997.
Sadly, it appears either the Mets' PR staff or a look at the state of their clubhouses got the best of McHugh, and he deleted the tweet, leaving this as his only comment on the series:
The Subway Series is in full swing and the @mets are on that W train! (does anyone know if this is an express or not?)
— Collin McHugh (@Collin_McHugh) May 28, 2013
He also seems preoccupied this week with some rules in the CBA that he finds aggravating.
Funny CBA rules & regulations: No player may have any corporate logos or markings tattooed on his body. twitter.com/Collin_McHugh/…
— Collin McHugh (@Collin_McHugh) May 29, 2013