Mets Pitcher Chris Flexen Has Undergone A Big Transformation

Mets Pitcher Chris Flexen Has Undergone A Big Transformation

by Nick Giacone February 13, 2019 0 Comments

Chris Flexen is putting in some serious offseason work. According to MLB’s Anthony DiComo, Chris has some renewed focus on his career:

Further proof can be found if you follow Chris on Instagram. He posted a pretty telling before-and-after pic:

 

The physical results speak for themselves, but Flexen also boasts a change in his mental energy.

Chris has always showcased the right attitude towards the game. When asked to make a spot start or long relief appearance, he’s done so in stride. If you met him at 2018’s QBC, you’re well aware he’s a likable kid. This re-established approach should excite his teammates and coaches, as well as endear him to the fans as he fights for an Opening Day roster spot.

And because #MetsTwitter is the gift that keeps on giving, the story isn’t complete without some Flexen puns:

In all seriousness, a big congrats to Chris on the transformation. I wish him luck in Spring Training and hope the hard work pays off.




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