New York Mets' Updated Full Injury List.

ed feverCorrespondent IJune 2, 2009

NEW YORK - JULY 24:  Billy Wagner #13 of the New York Mets pitches against the Philadelphia Phillies on July 24, 2008 at Shea Stadium in the Flushing neighborhood of the Queens borough of New York City. The Mets defeated the Phillies 3-1.  (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)

For those of us keeping score at home, it's harder to keep up to date on the injury list than the box scores.

Here's a complete up-to-date list (as best as I can keep it), keeping in mind it's subject to change at any minute.

Billy Wagner has been out all season recovering from T.J. surgery and is hoping for a late-August return.

Carlos Delgado had hip surgery, generally this procedure takes six to eight weeks to recover from. This means Delgado could return, around August 1.

Oliver Perez was placed on the disabled list with knee tendinitis, after starting a rehab program, he has been shut back down with no time frame of a return.

Jose Reyes was placed on the 15-day DL, on May 21 with tendinitis in his knee and plans to return, when eligible June 5.

Ryan Church was placed on the 15-day DL, on May 23 with a strained hamstring and plans to return, when eligible June 7.

Angel Pagan strained his groin on Sunday and was placed on the DL on Monday, if he spends the minimal time on the DL, he would return June 16.

Ramon Martinez, while it's not official yet, it's almost certain that Martinez will be heading to the DL with a broken pinkie.

The day-to-day list is almost as big as the 25-man roster.

Carlos Beltran missed several games with a bone bruise in his leg and upon his return, he has been sidelined with a stomach virus.

Gary Sheffield is hobbled with a sore knee that he's attempting to play through.

Alex Cora is playing with a split on his hand that he swears isn't impeding his play, but will require surgery after the season.

John Maine left his best outing of the year, at the start of the seventh inning with the same flu Beltran has, which may now be the swine flu. Even if healthy, you have to be concerned as to whether Maine will have the strength to make his next start.

J.J. Putz swears he isn't injured, but for a guy who has been so dominant to be this hittable and wild, I have to wonder if the bone spur in his pitching elbow isn't effecting his pitching.

Louis Castillo twisted his ankle over the weekend, but has shown no ill effects since.

Tim Redding started the season on the DL with a shoulder injury which was a result of off-season toe surgery, Redding has been awful in two of three starts and you have to wonder if he's healthy.

Mike Pelfrey missed sometime with tendinitis and while his looked great as of late, you have to keep an eye on him as he gets deeper into the season.

Onto the In-Active roster (40-man).

Carlos Muniz is on the minor league DL.

Players in AAA with major league experience.

Argenis Reyes, Andy Green and Bobby Kielty are all on the minor league disabled list.