Tag: injury

Why Golfing On A Strained Quad is Detrimental to the Injury

An article by posted on August 4, 2016 0 Comments
Why Golfing On A Strained Quad is Detrimental to the Injury

I would never think that this would be the topic at hand on August 4th in Mets-Ville, but I guess with the 2016 Mets if there is one thing we have learned is that you can not assume anything about this baseball team or about the way any injury is handled.  Yoenis Cespedes quad injury […]

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Juan Lagares Underwent Successful Thumb Surgery

An article by posted on August 2, 2016 0 Comments
Juan Lagares Underwent Successful Thumb Surgery

Update – Aug 2 The Mets announced that Juan Lagares underwent successful surgery on Monday to repair the torn ligament in his left thumb. Team doctors say it will be a six-week recovery before Lagares can resume baseball activities. The Mets signed Justin Ruggiano to a major league deal to replace Lagares on Saturday, but he pulled […]

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Matt Reynolds Added To Active Roster

An article by posted on August 1, 2016 0 Comments
Matt Reynolds Added To Active Roster

Mets general manager Sandy Alderson addressed the media in view of the two trades the Mets made before the deadline today, and stated that Asdrubal Cabrera will remain active tonight, because newly reacquired Jon Niese won’t join the team until tomorrow. Additionally, Matt Reynolds is present at Citi Field tonight and will take Antonio Bastardo‘s […]

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Cespedes Out of Lineup After Quad Injury Flares Up

An article by posted on July 28, 2016 0 Comments
Cespedes Out of Lineup After Quad Injury Flares Up

All Star outfielder Yoenis Cespedes is not in the lineup on Thursday as the Mets begin a four game series against the Colorado Rockies. Terry Collins told reporters that his strained right quadriceps flared up last night as he continues to battle through this injury which forced Cespedes to miss a few games earlier this month. Cespedes, […]

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Mets Remain Unlikely to Add Impact Bat or Starter Before Trade Deadline

An article by posted on July 22, 2016 0 Comments
Mets Remain Unlikely to Add Impact Bat or Starter Before Trade Deadline

While the Mets appear set on adding a middle reliever to bolster the relief corps, the solutions to fixing the offense and starting rotation are murky and unclear at best. It doesn’t take a baseball pundit to see that the 2016 season has not gone according to plan so far.  The rotation, lauded as a […]

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Syndergaard Effective In First Start After All-Star Break

An article by posted on July 20, 2016 0 Comments
Syndergaard Effective In First Start After All-Star Break

In his first start after the All-Star break, Noah Syndergaard came through with a gutty performance despite showing a little rust. More importantly, he exhibited no ill effects despite getting 11 days off and leaving his previous outing with an arm fatigue. He struck out eight batters, allowed seven hits, two walks and one unearned […]

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Asdrubal Cabrera is Primed for a Big Second Half

An article by posted on July 16, 2016 0 Comments
Asdrubal Cabrera is Primed for a Big Second Half

Coming into the season, the Mets wanted to upgrade at shortstop. They wanted a player who had more range and power than what Ruben Tejada provided the Mets.  They wanted a player who was a steadier fielder who got on base more frequently than Wilmer Flores. With that in mind, as free agency opened, the […]

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New York Mets First Half Report Cards

An article by posted on July 15, 2016 0 Comments
New York Mets First Half Report Cards

Here are our 2016 First Half Reports Cards for the New York Mets as comprised by Joe D., Brian Greenzang and myself. We hope you enjoy. Catchers Travis d’Arnaud – Yet again, d’Arnaud’s troubles staying on the field have been detrimental to the Mets even if he was hitting just .196/.288/.261 before he went on […]

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Update: Noah Syndergaard Cites Heavy Workload For Arm Fatigue

An article by posted on July 9, 2016 0 Comments
Update: Noah Syndergaard Cites Heavy Workload For Arm Fatigue

New York Mets right-hander Noah Syndergaard met with reporters after last night’s 3-1 loss to the Washington Nationals, and said that he doesn’t believe there’s anything wrong with his arm other than fatigue. “My first full season in the big leagues. I’ve thrown a lot of pitches,” Syndergaard said. “I’ve thrown a lot of innings […]

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A Historic Perspective of Thoracic Outlet Syndrome in MLB

An article by posted on July 7, 2016 0 Comments
A Historic Perspective of Thoracic Outlet Syndrome in MLB

Sandy Alderson spoke to the media Thursday afternoon and revealed that Matt Harvey has been diagnosed with symptoms most likely related to Thoracic Outlet Syndrome. Baseball fans have become very familiar with Tommy John surgery that is required when pitchers tear their ulnar collateral ligament. However, many aren’t familiar with this injury and it’s place […]

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