Ike Davis

What should we expect from Ike Davis in 2012?

November 13, 2011 // 1 Comment

With news of first baseman Ike Davis recovering well from an ankle injury, we can now turn our attention from Ike Davis in the trainer’s room to the Ike Davis on the field. His progress in rehab has taken the worry of him not being ready for next season out of my head and got [...]

The offseason to-do list (pt. 2)

October 8, 2011 // 2 Comments

Here is my continuation of the offseason to-do list… (To see part one, click here) 4. Shop Lucas Duda With Daniel Murphy and Ike Davis coming back next year, the Mets don’t have much room for Duda. Yes, he can play right field, but if the Mets want to make a move for a first [...]

2011: The season in review

October 2, 2011 // 0 Comments

The Mets ushered out the 2011 season in an afternoon win against the Reds on Tuesday. They finished up with a 77-85 record, “earning” them fourth place in the NL East, worse than what was expected by most at the beginning of the year. Today, we’ll look into the big headlines of [...]

Thread: Mets (68-72) at Nationals (65-74)

September 6, 2011 // 0 Comments

Here is tonight’s Met lineup: Jose Reyes SS Justin Turner 2B Lucas Duda RF David Wright 3B Angel Pagan CF Willie Harris LF Nick Evans 1B Ronny Paulino C Miguel Batista RHP vs. Chris Volstad For stats, check out the series preview. Talking points: The Mets lost last night 9-3 in Florida. Chris [...]

Ike Davis out for September, may miss the rest of 2011

August 5, 2011 // 0 Comments

According to Adam Rubin and Ian Begley of ESPN New York, Met first baseman Ike Davis has been given four more weeks of rests by the Mets, to give his ankle more time to heal. Rubin and Begley reported that Davis will be re-evaluated on September 1. The original injury dates back to a collision [...]

Thursday links: Davis setback, homestand, two closers

July 14, 2011 // 0 Comments

Mets Blog, writes that Ike Davis will rest another three weeks. The Daily Stache analyzes the upcoming homestand and how it will affect the Mets going forward. Grag Prince of Faith and Fear in Flushing writes the script for the shared Brewers closing situation. Amazin’ Avenue tries to figure [...]
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