Only in this day and age can you get a hole poked in your heart one day, then go out and play ball the next. Jonathon Niese left Sunday’s game with an elevated heartbeat. He experienced the same malady during a start in the blazing heat of Arlington, Texas during an interleague game last year […]
From Mets PR: METS STATEMENT REGARDING David Wright “Last night, David Wright jammed the fifth finger of his right hand. An X-ray revealed a small fracture at the middle joint of the finger. This is a non-operative injury. The finger will be splinted and reevaluated tomorrow. David can return to baseball activity as tolerated.” As […]
According to the Mets PR department, Jonathon Niese has been placed on the 15-day disabled list with an intercostal strain of the right side. To take his place on the roster, the Mets have recalled catcher Mike Nickeas from Buffalo; he will wear uniform #13 and will be available for today’s game at Philadelphia.
If you missed Sunday’s game, you may not be aware that both Jose Reyes and Dan Murphy left with injuries. Reyes exited with a tight hamstring that has been diagnosed as a “day to day” issue. Murphy, however, is out for the remainder of the season with a grade 2 tear of the medial collateral […]
A few days ago, in the comments section, I said this: I wouldn’t be so quick to count on Johan’s return. If his recent bullpen session is any indication, his mechanics are still flawed and he’ll be re-injuring his shoulder sooner rather than later. Usually, it feels good to be “right” about something. In this […]
According to the Mets PR department, Jose Reyes has been placed on the 15-day disabled list, retroactive to July 3rd. Nick Evans has been promoted from AAA Buffalo to take his place on the roster. Glad to see Evans return to show, though it remains to be seen how much of an opportunity he’ll get […]
According to the MRI results, Jose Reyes has suffered a “grade one” hamstring strain — which is the most minor a hamstring strain can be. Translation: that is good news. It means that Reyes will not go on the disabled list and should be back in the lineup in a few days. Of course, it […]
According to The New York Times, Mets reliever Taylor Buchholz — who is already on the DL with shoulder discomfort — is also struggling with depression and anxiety. Apparently, Buchholz experienced problems with the medication he was taking to control his mental issues. From the Times:
In case you missed it, Mets GM Sandy Alderson announced that David Wright would be inactive for at least
Every time my computer acts up, the IT department tells me the first thing I should do is “re-boot”. It appears the Mets are following a similar strategy with disabled first baseman Ike Davis, who is going back into a boot for three weeks — though possibly longer. Unfortunately, that likely means he will be […]
Well the Mets got even more bad injury news today as stud third baseman David Wright was diagnosed with a stress fracture in his lower back. This will mean that David will not be able to perform baseball activities of any kind for 10 days at the least. Sandy Alderson said that they will get […]
David Wright has been placed on the 15-day DL after an MRI showed the possibility of a stress fracture in his back. It is assumed that the injury originally occurred when Wright made a diving tag on Carlos Lee last month. No word yet on who will take Wright’s spot on the roster, but Willie […]
According to Adam Rubin on ESPN-NY, Chris Young has opted for shoulder surgery to repair a tear in his shoulder capsule — effectively ending his 2011 season. Oh well, it was fun while it lasted.
Ike Davis has been placed on the 15-day DL with an ankle sprain, the result of colliding with David Wright on an infield popup the other day. How that collision even happened is a mystery, since the Mets have been focusing on sound fundamentals since Terry Collins took over the team. Surely, Wright properly called […]
Chris Young will be on the DL for much more than 15 days. From The New York Times: