To say Jake Odorizzi wasn't a fan of free agency is an understatement, but his opinions of the New York Mets might be at an all-time low after being snubbed by them in the offseason.

"My time in free agency this year was my single most frustrating time I've ever had in baseball," Odorizzi said on "The Chris Rose Rotation" on Thursday.

"At certain points, you think you're going to be a member of a certain team, and then it falls through ... And then it's March, and you're like, 'Alright, I'm still sitting at the house, what the hell is going on right now?'"

The 31-year-old singled out the Mets as a team that left him hanging over a contract he was sure would get signed.

"Early on, I thought I was going to be a member of a certain team, and some people took over that team, and they pretty much hated me ... It was Trevor's team," Odorizzi said about Mets pitcher Trevor May, who also appeared on the show.