Apr 8, 2013, 9:48 AM EST
Remember back in 2010 when Mets’ pitching coach Dan Warthen called John Maine “a habitual liar” with respect to his health? It’s been three years, but Maine responded to him yesterday. From Jorge Arangure of the New York Times:
“I was upset at that because I didn’t lie to anybody … My shoulder was being held together with duct tape at the time. They knew everything that was going on. They all knew.”
Which, OK, but at the time Maine said his arm was fine – he was quoted as saying “I don’t need to go to a doctor” — and now he’s saying that it was “held together with duct tape.” So, that kind of makes Warthen’s point, does it not?
Oh well. If you’re a Maine fan, Arangure’s story provides a nice catchup on where he is and where he’s been.
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