New York Mets Buck Showalter on inspirational quotes

Newly hired New York Mets manager Buck Showalter was recently asked during a Spring Training press conference whether or not the team will have a Ted Lasso “Believe” sign or not. Showalter had previously worked for the MLB Network as an analyst before taking the managerial job for the Mets. Prior to that, he had managerial jobs with the Baltimore Orioles, New York Yankees, Arizona Diamondbacks, and Texas Rangers. Showalter’s response can be seen in the video below.

You won’t see a Ted Lasso “Believe” sign in the Mets clubhouse anytime soonBuck Showalter: “If I would have one if I put it up, it would say ‘Play Better'” https://t.co/N823ENdOjr

“You won’t see a Ted Lasso ‘Believe’ sign in the Mets clubhouse anytime soon. Buck Showalter: ‘If I would have one if I put it up, it would say “Play Better”‘” – @SNY

Showalters personality: What it means for the New York Mets

Showalter has been one of baseball’s biggest personalities over the last several decades. This press conference perfectly illustrates his character. Showalter has been known for his hard-nosed coaching but has also shown at times to be quite the entertainer, especially when it comes to press conferences.

Showalter brings a totally new personality to the New York Mets clubhouse and is almost certain to help give the team a winning culture while also holding players accountable for their performances. Showalter is not a shy character by any means and is certainly bound to stabilize the Mets into a winning team this year.

Showalter arguing with an umpire during a Baltimore Orioles v Toronto Blue Jays game

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The Mets have one of the best power hitters in baseball in Pete Alonso and one of the top shortstops in Fransisco Lindor. Alonso will likely have more production given the DH being implemented in the National League. It will be interesting to see this New York Mets team in Spring Training and throughout the year as they have all the pieces to win a championship for Buck.


Edited by Jodi Whisenhunt

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