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New York Mets fans mercilessly booed the team's training staff during introductions before Monday's home opener against the Philadelphia Phillies.

By Extra Mustard
April 13, 2015

New York Mets fans came ready and angry for the team's home opener at Citi Field on Monday.

Before the game against the Phillies, the Mets ran through their annual introductions of players and staff. When it came time for the trainers, Mets fans spoke up like they'd been looking forward to this moment ever since starter Zack Wheeler was slated for Tommy John surgery late last month.

Just listen to the boos escalate from the introduction of assistant trainer Brian Chicklo to head trainer Ray Ramirez.

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