JOEG wrote:this is a big if as he has a 80% chance of getting hurt again
Not according to the specialist who corrected the problem so let's hope this guy knows what he's talking about. Remember that the last setback was a sympton of the treatment not a reinjury.
Yeah, i hope so, but history isn't good for this guy is it? What's he hurt his hammy 3 times now in the last year? I am hoping he comes back as I am a X-Reyes ower and a Piazza owner and am excited for more of Piazza's solo homers and no one on singles and doubles to get some more RBI's some time!!!
I have him in several leagues, but recently dropped him in one. I picked him up last year and got a taste of his potential and retained him. But I'm highly frustrated. I'm pretty sure he'll come back soon and show flashes of brilliance, upon which he'll get hurt and I will drop him altogether.
I had him at short last year in a points league and he was spectacular at worst... I am very excited to have him even if he doesn't come back till my playoff time... plus there is a small chance he might be playing in a better lineup or park soon if the Mets need a big bat, which they do....
JOEG wrote:plus there is a small chance he might be playing in a better lineup or park soon if the Mets need a big bat, which they do....
I know I must sound like a broken record because I've replied to this type of comment numerous times. I think Piazza has a better chance of getting traded than Reyes does. Reyes and Wright are as close to untouchable as any player the Mets have.
Maine has a good swing for a pitcher but on anything that moves, he has no chance. And if it's a fastball, it has to be up in the zone. Basically, the pitcher has to hit his bat. - Mike Pelfrey