Mets' shortstop Jose Reyes had a public meltdown during the team's 3-1 win over the Yankees on Sunday, according to The New York Daily News. With two outs in the seventh inning, Melky Cabrera hit an easy grounder to Reyes, but his throw to first was high and Carlos Delgado was pulled off the bag. Jose Molina, the next batter, hit a fly ball to right field that ended the inning. However, as the final out took place Reyes slammed both his sunglasses and glove on the ground in a public display of frustration. "I don't feel happy with the way I've played defense so far this year, so I've got 11 errors, so I don't feel happy," Reyes said later. "That's an easy play for me right there" Interim Manager Jerry Manuel didn't feel the need to discuss the incident with Reyes.
Reyes Throws Tantrum After Throwing Error