New Los Angeles Angels pitching coach Mickey Callaway spoke about his former managerial job at Spring Training in Tempe, Ariz. on Friday.
When asked if he took time to reflect on what went wrong with the Mets, Callaway was quick to respond in a joking manner.
"I had PTSD," Callaway said.
Callaway would go on to say that he focused on helping the Angels and spent time with family since being ousted by the Mets, according to Maria Torres of the LA Times.
He believes that being the manager of the Mets helped him think about the game more globally, per Torres.