Tag:Jose Reyes
Posted on: April 8, 2010 6:25 pm
Edited on: April 8, 2010 6:31 pm

Mets' Reyes might be in Saturday's lineup

Andy Martino of the New York Daily News reports Mets shortstop Jose Reyes might be in the lineup Saturday against the Nationals.

Reyes, sidelined with a thyroid condition, is eligible to come off the disabled list on Saturday. He has been playing in minor league games at the Mets' spring training site in Port St. Lucie, Fla.

"The physical conditioning part is going extremely well," Mets manager Jerry Manuel said. "He's getting enough at-bats, so we will do another evaluation [Thursday] after he plays in St. Lucie."

Category: MLB
Posted on: September 10, 2009 10:50 am

Mets - return timetables for Delgado and Reyes

Could Carlos Delgado be the next Mets player to make it back from the DL?  The Newark Star-Ledger reports just that... Manager Jerry Manuel said Delgado's status has been "upgraded" and the first baseman could return for the last two weeks of the regular season.

Delgado, who is coming off hip surgery and a strained oblique muscle, hasn't played since May 10.

On another note, the New York Daily News reports shortstop Jose Reyes wants to play again this season.  Reyes pledged to try to return for the final week of the season, if only to have peace of mind during the winter that he'll be fine for 2010.

He could face surgery if his latest comeback bid fails. Reyes hopes to test his right leg running in the next few days. Still, it's a tight timetable to return this season, since there are 25 days remaining and he hasn't even resumed baseball activities yet. Reyes left open the possibility of playing winter ball in his native Dominican Republic.

Posted on: August 5, 2009 11:46 am

Is Jose Reyes' season in jeopardy?

The New York Post has learned that Jose Reyes' hamstring tightened up on him during an off day, which prompted an examination.

Reyes, though, completed his workout Monday, so that's encouraging.

However, he hasn't played since May 20, still hasn't run the bases and thus can't be very close to returning.

Is it premature to say Reyes' season is in jeopardy? Maybe not. Omar Minaya said Reyes could run the bases this past weekend. But that didn't happen.  Reyes' health problems are disturbing, especially because they're so reminiscent of his issues early in his caree

Category: MLB
Posted on: June 4, 2009 11:33 am

Injury Updates

Tigers' Thames and Guillen from Tom Gage of The Detroit News :
Marcus Thames will rejoin the Tigers soon -- probably as soon as they face the next left-handed starting pitcher. Manager Jim Leyland said about Thames: "I would expect he will rejoin us soon. The reports are he's getting close." As for sore-shouldered Carlos Guillen, however, Leyland said: "It's going to be long ... "

Mets' Carlos Beltran from the New York Daily News :
Beltran said he lost at least five pounds as a result of what he labeled a stomach virus or food poisoning, but said he's ready to return to the lineup, "...Today, finally, the symptoms stopped. They gave me some IV yesterday (at a doctor's office) to recuperate all the fluid I lost."
In regards to his weight loss, Beltran said, "... I feel skinny. I feel very skinny. I don't know if it's 10 pounds (lost). Five for sure."

He said he didn't have a fever or a headach, just stomach pain and was, "going to the bathroom every 10 minutes."

Jose Reyes return according to the New York Times :
Mets' assistant GM John Ricco said that Reyes is scheduled to fly to New York on Thursday to have his right calf re-evaluated by team doctors.

That development dashed all hopes that Reyes would rejoin the team Friday in Washington, when he was eligible to come off the disabled list, and cast doubt on his availability for next week’s important series against the Phillies and Yankees.

“We’re being very conservative with him, obviously, because we need him for the long haul,” Ricco said before Wednesday’s game against the Pirates was rained out.

Evan Longoria update from the St. Petersburg Times :
Longoria's injured left hamstring felt much better Wednesday, and with some good MRI exam results, he's day to day with a possible return Friday against the Yankees. Executive VP Andrew Friedman said the Rays are "very optimistic" Longoria will avoid a disabled list stint and confident they'll have him back "relatively soon." "We just may save him until New York, give him two full days and move him onto the regular turf, see how that works, but he's fine," manager Joe Maddon ... "

Posted on: March 13, 2009 10:29 am

Odds & Ends: Pedro, Boras, Bonds, Fielding

Links for Friday...

Posted on: March 13, 2009 10:06 am

Odds & Ends: Pedro, Boras, Bonds, Fielding

Links for Friday...

Posted on: September 30, 2008 11:34 am
Edited on: October 1, 2008 12:06 pm

How To Fix The Mets

I will offer my own opinions on how to improve the Mets in the Offseason Outlook, due within a few weeks.  Many journalists have already weighed in - let's take a look.

Posted on: September 29, 2008 6:04 pm

Heyman's Latest: Manny, K-Rod, Cashman

Lets discuss the latest column from SI.com's Jon Heyman.

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