Apr 18 Mets outfielder Mike Cameron is scheduled for another doctor's visit on Monday. He has not played yet this season due to tendonitis in his left wrist. He underwent an initial cortisone shot in the joint on April 2 and a second shot on April 15. Cameron is still unable to swing a bat, Newsday reported.
Views: Cameron does not appear on track to return to the big league stage any time soon, and fantasy owners can expect Victor Diaz to continue getting the starts in right field. We'll continue to update Cameron's status, but we expect him to need a minor league assignment before he jumps back into the bigs.
How serious do you guys think this injury is? Only one DL spot on the roster, and Gagne is sitting in it right now. Is his value enough to keep him on the bench, or should I go fishing for someone else? Sorry if this is a no-brainer, I'm not very familiar with Cameron's history.