Collins frustrated by Mets performance

A sloppy five-run seventh inning by the Amazin's led to the manager exploding

Updated: June 2, 2011, 12:47 PM ET
By Adam Rubin | ESPNNewYork.com

New York Mets manager Terry Collins had maintained remarkable composure this season, suggesting his combustible version from the 1990s had indeed been retired as he has aged. But Collins had seen enough on Wednesday night. So first he exploded at his players in a postgame tirade. Then he expressed the same frustration to the media, minus the profanity.

He certainly was entitled.

The Mets wasted a solid pitching performance by Chris Capuano, butchering multiple plays in a five-run seventh ...

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