Mets owner has funny tweet after end of MLB lockout
New York Mets owner Steve Cohen became known for his frequent use of Twitter during the 2021 season. He had largely gone dark on the platform during the MLB lockout, but he celebrated its end Thursday with a funny tweet.
Shortly after MLB owners ratified the new collective bargaining agreement, Cohen took to Twitter to joke that he’d forgotten how to use the platform. It marked Cohen’s first tweet since Dec. 31.
Anybody know how to use Twitter ? I forgot how
— Steven Cohen (@StevenACohen2) March 11, 2022
Cohen’s use of Twitter has certainly been controversial at times. As recently as November, he had used the platform to call out a player’s agent publicly. Now that the lockout is over, this would seem to be an indication that Cohen has no intention of dialing it back.
Cohen’s Twitter activity aside, there appears to be a lot for Mets fans to be excited about in 2022. That excitement should only grow now that we know baseball will be played.
Photo: Sep 11, 2021; New York City, New York, USA; New York Mets majority owner Steve Cohen and his wife Alexandra Cohen at Citi Field. Mandatory Credit: Wendell Cruz-USA TODAY Sports