All baseball players want to go down in history—but probably not like this. The New York Mets fell to a humiliating record defeat to the Washington Nationals on Tuesday night, suffering the team’s worst ever loss. In what the New York Post called an “historic implosion,” the Mets were destroyed 25-4 at Nationals Park—worse than their previous all-time low, a 26-7 loss to the Philadelphia Phillies in 1985 at Veterans Stadium. “It’s a tough loss,” Manager Mickey Callaway said, with an admirable level of understatement. “It’s embarrassing. We have got to do better than that.” As for the Mets’ official Twitter account, there were no words...
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