Things have not been going well for the Mets lately.

They're feuding with their star, even if injured, young pitcher.  Their off-season acquisitions, save for Bartolo Colon, are fledgling.  Their own concession stand poisoned their first baseman.  Their PR department sent the General Manager's credit card information to the team's media.  They fired their hitting coach, cut a second closer of the season, and blamed their fans for the many problems.

On Wednesday, ESPN's Adam Rubin joined Armen and Levack to discuss the team's struggles, the thought that the fans' booing is to blame, and look into the club's immediate future.

Hear their full interview below: