Mets say sorry to Marlins after wet field forced DH

Mets say sorry to Marlins after wet field forced DH

New York Mets owner Steven Cohen has apologized to the Miami Marlins and their fans for the circumstances that led to Tuesday night’s series opener between the teams getting postponed.


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