Trevor May says Mets used Yankees' whistling as motivation, doubts any wrongdoing

By , Audacy

If you tuned into the Subway Series this past weekend you saw a lot of memorable moments, but perhaps the most memorable was the benches-clearing brawl on Sunday that ensued after the Mets were suspicious about the "whistling" sounds they heard coming from the Yankees’ dugout during Saturday's game.

Mets pitcher Trevor May acknowledged on "The Chris Rose Rotation" podcast that the alleged whistling coming from the Yankees' dugout, more specifically from Yanks reliever Wandy Peralta, was nothing serious and that the Mets essentially used it as added motivation.

“To be honest, a lot of this stuff we're doing is firing us up type of stuff," May said. "We're like, 'yeah they could’ve been doing that (cheating) we don’t know for sure, but I’m just going to take it personally anyways, I’m not letting it slide.'"

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