Found June 13, 2014 on Mets Merized Online:
As our own 72Metsfan recapped earlier today, the frustration of an underwhelming season was readily apparent Thursday evening during the Mets 13 inning loss to the Milwaukee Brewers. One of the players who lost his cool was Carlos Torres, who after a valiant extra-inning effort was simply out of gas by the thirteenth and the Brew-Crew took full advantage. Thanks to the limited commercial interruption in last night’s broadcast, we witnessed Torres beating himself up over giving up the game-winning run, literally. Click here for the link to the video on ESPN.    
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