As if his live action rant wasn't enough, Mike Francesa would make extra sure everyone knew.
"Yes, Mets annoyed me this afternoon," WFAN host tweeted .
It's no wonder why Todd Frazier's homer at the top of the ninth gave Mets a 2-1 lead over Phillies in Philadelphia while Amed Rosario's ground-out scored Dominic Smith for a two-round cushion .
And then they went Mets full Mets: Edwin Diaz gave up a two-run homer to Maikel Franco, who tied the score and then gave up a three-run walk-off shot to Jean Segura to give Phillies a 6-3 victory, Complete Philadelphia's four-game sweep.
Fortunately, Mike Francesa saw not only, but his heated reaction was live-streamed for everyone to enjoy.
"Unbelievable," he said. "So this guy comes in and gives up five runs."
Francesa only started taking her glasses off to run her point home even further.
"It sums it up. Burn them all. Don't even get them back to New York. Let the bus go the other way, thanks," he said. "Tomorrow night, let Mets take the field, they would do a better job against Braves. This is unbelievable. Frazier hits one of the biggest races you could beat in your life, kept Mets alive." 1
"Go to the bottom of the ninth. They acted to get this child, the great reliever. They bring Diaz in here, all he has to do is get a rocking chair up to the bottom of the lineup! If the first robber goes, gives a homer to the eight hitter!
"And then give up a three-run jack to Segura at his 38th pitch or whatever it was. He's done, he's shot, bullpens shot, team shot, leader's shot, pitching strategist – who in hell knows what he does in the first place? You know what? Let Mets take the bus, instead of going north on the turnpike, sending it south, let's take care of Mets tomorrow night. I can't even believe it. Losing this game, they stink so badly, you can't even make it 37 and 45. Diaz goes out and gives up two homers and five runs after Frazier hit this year's clash to keep this team breathing.  "You must fool me. Get rid of all the em. They are a curse of wilds. "
After reviving after the epic two-minute solo solo, Francesa realized that he might have gone a little too far and offered some children's words to players like Pete Alonso, Jeff McNeil and Jacob deGrom.
" Alonso, I apologize. McNeil, I apologize. DeGrom, maybe I apologize. The rest of you … you stink. Back after this. "