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Re: Jose Reyes - Out until at least July (Rehab delayed on 6/17)

Postby Fade2White12 » Thu Jul 16, 2009 5:23 pm

Not sure if this is good or bad news. Kinda both

Newsday wrote:-- Minaya said Jose Reyes is probably the closest to returning from the DL. He took live batting practice off John Maine today in Port St. Lucie, but had yet to run the bases. Reyes has been limited to agility drills with some hard running in the outfield.
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Re: Jose Reyes - Out until at least July (Rehab delayed on 6/17)

Postby Splendid61 » Tue Jul 21, 2009 4:02 pm

Tue, Jul 21

GM Omar Minaya said that Reyes ran in Port St. Lucie Monday, but still has not tested his strained right hamstring by rounding bases, the NY Daily News reports.

Recommendation: This covers your daily Reyes update in which minmal progress has been made but not enough to where it's remotely close to projecting a return date. Late July is not going to happen, so the next hopeful date has to be somewhere in mid-August.
(Rotowire.com)


http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/baseball/mets/2009/07/21/2009-07-21_fernando_nieve_to_miss_six_weeks_for_mets_jon_niese_likely_for_saturday.html
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Re: Jose Reyes - mid-August? (able to run but yet to test hammy)

Postby Splendid61 » Tue Jul 21, 2009 9:19 pm

Bad news :-t

Reyes still not running well

7/21 5:13 pm: In a classic case of good news, bad news on Tuesday, Jose Reyes collected two hits in a simulated game, but could barely run to second base, according to Bart Hubbuch of the New York Post.
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Re: Jose Reyes - mid-August? (able to run but yet to test hammy)

Postby tah161 » Wed Jul 22, 2009 2:11 pm

WHat the hell Reyes?

I really dont understand this.

First he goes down with a calf injury, then during the MRI they find a MILD hammy strain. Then he ends up being out for half the season.
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Re: Jose Reyes - mid-August? (able to run but yet to test hammy)

Postby Splendid61 » Sun Jul 26, 2009 3:42 am

Sounds promising. Hopefully all goes well this time and it's not another 1 step forward followed by 2 steps backward.

Sat, Jul 25

SS Jose Reyes should advance to running the bases in Port St. Lucie, Fla., within days, assistant GM John Ricco said. Reyes (hamstring) should be the first of the nine players on the disabled list for the Mets to be activated, team officials predicted.
(Yahoo! Sports)


Fri, Jul 24

Reyes (strained right hamstring) hit in a simulated game against Billy Wagner Friday and is close to running the bases again, the Star-Ledger reports.

Recommendation: Reyes made significant progress Thursday, taking fielding and batting practice while also running outside the basepaths in the grass from first to third and then back several times. The next step will be for Reyes to try and run the bases full speed, which is expected to happen Saturday or Sunday. Reyes has admitted he won't be 100 percent when he returns, which the Mets believe is not that far away from happening. However, we are skeptical given how long he has already been out with what was viewed as a mild injury.
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Re: Jose Reyes - mid-August? (close to running the bases - 7/25)

Postby Crazed98 » Fri Jul 31, 2009 7:35 pm

:-?

NEW YORK -- Another day, another setback for an injured Met.

This time it's Jose Reyes, who was supposed to run the bases for the first time on Thursday -- a key step in his return to the Mets. But Reyes did not run.

"Reyes may have two good days and one bad day," general manager Omar Minaya told reporters at Citi Field before Friday's game. "He is going to hopefully start to run the bases this weekend. But I talked to him and the reports are that he is working hard but he'll have two good days and one bad day."

A bad day, Minaya said, is when Reyes feels tightness in his hamstring, which is apparently what sidelined him from doing what the Mets expected him to do.

Minaya emphasized that the Mets need to listen to Reyes during the recovery period in order to avoid another major setback.

"I just know the people down there are very careful and cautious down there with the athlete," manager Jerry Manuel said. "You have to trust what they're doing. That's what they do. We have to be careful. They're there every day, watching him and getting feedback we're not getting."

Manuel did say the reports he had heard about Reyes' hitting were encouraging. "They've been impressed with him," Manuel said. But the major step all along has been to test the legs on the basepaths.

Minaya wouldn't commit to the idea of shutting Reyes down for good at one point later this season if the Mets are out of contention with little left to play for.

"I don't have that yet," Minaya said.

With regards to another injured Met, John Maine, Minaya was significantly less optimistic. He said Maine could also possibly be shut down for the remainder of the season, but that it hasn't been discussed in detail yet.

"It's been tough for him because the second opinion was fine, but it's one of those things that he still feels discomfort, so we're waiting on him, and my understanding is he might be resting for a couple days more after the second opinion," Minaya said.
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Re: Jose Reyes - mid-August? (close to running the bases - 7/25)

Postby DaSh 1s » Sat Aug 01, 2009 10:56 am

Worst 1st round pick ever.
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Re: Jose Reyes - mid-August? (close to running the bases - 7/25)

Postby Fade2White12 » Tue Aug 04, 2009 6:23 pm

Lovely...

Rotoworld wrote:According to Kevin Burkhardt of SportsNet New York, Jose Reyes (hamstring) returned to New York on Tuesday to have his right leg injury examined by a team doctor.
As Burkhardt notes, this could mean his season is over. It's just as well, anyway, since he has had starts and stops with his rehab dating back to June. With the Mets currently 10 games out of the National League East and eight games back in the Wild Card, why even take the chance?
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Re: Jose Reyes - mid-August? (close to running the bases - 7/25)

Postby Dan Lambskin » Wed Aug 05, 2009 8:44 am

Fade2White12 wrote:Lovely...

Rotoworld wrote:According to Kevin Burkhardt of SportsNet New York, Jose Reyes (hamstring) returned to New York on Tuesday to have his right leg injury examined by a team doctor.
As Burkhardt notes, this could mean his season is over. It's just as well, anyway, since he has had starts and stops with his rehab dating back to June. With the Mets currently 10 games out of the National League East and eight games back in the Wild Card, why even take the chance?


i wish they'd just stop yanking me around and shut this guy down :-C and to think i traded Paps and Scuttaro to get this guy thinking he'd be back in a few weeks :~(
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Re: Jose Reyes - mid-August? (close to running the bases - 7/25)

Postby Kraftwerk » Wed Aug 05, 2009 7:48 pm

Jose Reyes (hamstring) has "significant scar tissue," according to a report from the New York Daily News.
Reyes returned to New York on Tuesday to have his right leg injury examined by a team doctor. Writes Adam Rubin of the Daily News: "The MRI showed significant scar tissue and inflammation behind the right knee, related to the hamstring tendon injury, which has caused continued pain. Reyes will remain in New York for manual physical therapy in an effort to break up the scar tissue and reduce the inflammation." Aug. 5 - 7:35 pm et
Source: New York Daily News


At this stage, Ive already written him off for 2009. Now I'm stressing about how this is looking for him from a dynasty perspective.

ANyone confident he'll be fine come next April? :-?
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