According to Adam Rubin of ESPN, it is very unlikely the Mets will trade Jose Reyes this season. Here is his tweet: Now it seems that the Mets will likely re-sign Reyes at the end of the season. His value is dropping because of injury concerns and the Mets may be able to match the highest offer from another team… Read more →
The Mets look to sweep the four game series tonight in Los Angeles against the Dodgers. Here is tonight’s lineup: 1. Angel Pagan CF 2. Justin Turner 2B 3. Carlos Beltran RF 4. Ronny Paulino C 5. Jason Bay LF 6. Daniel Murphy 3B 7. Nick Evans 1B 8. Ruben Tejada SS 9. Dillon Gee RHP (8-2, 3.47) vs. Clayton… Read more →
Jose Reyes was placed on the disabled list earlier today by the Mets with the injury (strained hamstring) suffered against the Yankees last weekend. ESPN writer Enrique Rojas tweeted earlier today that doctors are telling Reyes he will be out for three weeks. Details: Nick Evans will take the place of Reyes on the roster. Reyes was placed on the… Read more →
When Jose Reyes got an MRI on Sunday, Mets fans were assured that the injury was minor, and that Reyes will be back some time this week. Now, it appears that Reyes is headed to the DL, according to Adam Rubin. What does this mean for the Mets? Well, it makes the next two to three weeks very important. If… Read more →
Coming into this west coast road trip, I am sure that no one in the Mets organization expected them to be on the brink of sweeping the Dodgers without their shortstop and leadoff hitter Jose Reyes, who by the way, will probably wait until after the All-Star break to come back. However, last night, no Reyes, no problem as they… Read more →
Here is tonight’s lineup for the Mets: 1. Angel Pagan CF 2. Justin Turner 2B 3. Carlos Beltran RF 4. Daniel Murphy 3B 5. Jason bay LF 6. Lucas Duda 1B 7. Josh Thole C 8. Ruben Tejada SS 9. Jonathon Niese (7-7, 3.72) Notes: Jonathon has not allowed more than four earned runs in a single start since may… Read more →
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