Vinny CartigliaThe Mets broke up into two groups for bunting drills this afternoon; practicing the wheel play (third and first crash for home, short covers third, second covers first) as well as more traditional fielding drills. Collins, who was participating as a base runner, suddenly stopped practice and brought everyone in to discuss some issues with the signs.
Apparently, there was an issue between Wright — who was giving the signs — and Davis — who was relaying the play to the pitcher — and Collins wanted to make sure they (and the rest of the team) were on the same page. It was a pretty cool moment. It started out as a normal, routine, bunting drill and turned into a baseball lesson.