The Mets played in a spring training match on Wednesday. This is pretty standard.
Players missing games due to uncontrollable injuries or diseases are also fairly standard. Brandon Nimmo did not play Wednesday's game with the Mets because he felt bad weather.
The Mets have sent Brandon Nimmo home today with a stomach virus. In any case, he was not to play in the grapefruit league.
– Anthony DiComo (@AnthonyDiComo) February 27, 2019
Why Nimmo had a stomach virus, however, is not standard. In fact, it is unusual, but it is important to properly handle raw poultry.
Mickey Callaway's complete quote on Brandon Nimmo's apparent food discomfort: "I guess he's cooked chicken without knowing how to cook." He vomited all night, so we'll have to teach him how to cook so he does not miss it anymore. games. "
– Tim Healey (@timbhealey) February 27, 2019
Mets Director Mickey Callaway is serious or has some fun with the situation. is It is clear that chicken cooking is a problem and no one should try it. Just eat something that you can throw in the microwave for a few minutes.
Agree, it may be a difficult decision to make – but the chicken certainly requires some level of culinary skill and awareness of safe food handling. If you do it well, it's delicious.
Good luck next time, Brandon! You are already a braver man than me for trying to prepare your own chicken dinner …
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