During the fifth inning in Monday Night’s game between the Mets and Phillies was delayed when Mets Centerfielder, Angel Pagan, failed to show up to the plate for his at bat.
In the dugout, Mets manager, Terry Collins began yelling for Pagan as plate umpire Mike Dimuro came over to see what the hold up was.
It turns out... Pagan was in the bathroom with a stomach ailment that he couldn’t hold.
Pagan said he told trainer Ray Ramirez of his predicament as he exited the field, but that message evidently wasn't relayed to Collins.
Pagan made it back onto the field, tardy but ready...
After he grounded out to end the inning, Collins 'dumped' Jason Pridie in Pagan`s center field position.
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