Mets' Curtis Granderson holds onto teammate's leg and shouts 'Don't go!' after he was traded
The New York Mets went into a seller mode ahead of the MLB trade deadline, but not everyone was happy about it.
On Thursday, the Mets traded first baseman Lucas Duda to the Tampa Bay Rays for minor-league pitcher Drew Smith.
Mets outfielder Curtis Granderson was not too happy to see Duda go. After the game, a Duda fan account run by Mets players showed Granderson hanging onto Duda's leg as he left the locker room, yelling, "Don't go!"
While a bit sad at its core, Mets players seemed to also enjoy it, laughing as Duda dragged Granderson.
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