Eric Langill, Mets Bullpen Catcher, Arrested For DUI After Team Outing

NEW YORK (WFAN) — A bullpen catcher for the Mets could find himself in trouble with the law — and the team — after being arrested and charged with a DUI on Sunday night, reports

Eric Langill failed a field sobriety test and was charged following a single-car accident in St. Lucie County, according to police reports.

The Mets hold their annual spring training camp in Port St. Lucie, Fla.

The incident happened following the club’s weekly outing at a local bowling alley, and general manager Sandy Alderson said that the club is currently looking into the matter.

The 32-year-old was released after posting bond.

What should the Mets do about the Langill situation? Sound off below…


One Comment

  1. skip says:

    they wear girls softball uniforms

  2. skip says:

    the Mets are a joke LOL go Yankees

  3. Tommy C says:

    He failed a field sobriety test . What was his blood alcohol level. You clowns have this guy tried and convicted. Whatever happened to innocent until proven guilty.

  4. karen says:

    why didn’t a teammate take his keys? why didn’t the alley take his keys? fine him big bucks, bench him, get him in a program. he’s lucky he didn’t hit somebody and injure them. stupid, stupid, stupid!!! this is your only chance young man. unlike “baseball” which is a game, your actions took place in the real world, where it’s 1 strike and you’re out. actions have consequences, at 32, you should know that already.

  5. martin says:

    nobody should lose their job for a misiake.offer him help.

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