1. Wily Mo Pena's Bat Heating Up

    Reports indicate that the Mets will decide tomorrow whether they will call someone up to replace Ramon Martinez or wait for Jose Reyes to return on Friday...

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  2. Add Valentin to the injured list...

    For those of us who thought Javier Valentin should be called up to replace Ramon Martinez, we can scratch him from the list. Valentin played third base, for the second straight game, but left after three at-bats with shoulder soreness...

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  3. New York Mets' Updated Full Injury List.

    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...

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  4. Ramon Martinez Injured: Broken Finger

    Ramon Martinez broke his pinkie while sliding into home, scoring the only Mets' run of the game.Martinez will more then likely be added to the disabled list...

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  5. J.J. Putz Could Be Demoted From the Set-Up Role

    Bart Hubbuch of the NY Post is reporting that Jerry Manuel will have a talk with J.J. Putz on Wednesday, and there's speculation that the struggling set-up man may lose his eighth inning role...

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  6. Nick Johnson - Thanks, But No Thanks

    With Carlos Delgado recovering from hip surgery, the idea of the Mets dealing for Nationals first baseman Nick Johnson has been exhausted by the New York fans and media for at least a few weeks now, and with good reason...

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  7. Should Mets Take a Flier on David Dellucci?

    Lets take a look at the outfield for the New York Mets. The team currently features Gary Sheffield, a 40-year-old DH with knee pain; Carlos Beltran, who aside from a stomach flu, is ...

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  8. Gary Sheffield Slowed by Knee

    I'll be the first to admit that I was wrong about Gary Sheffield. I thought, as many did, that he would have a negative impact on the clubhouse and create turmoil as he fought for playing time...

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  9. The Ghost of Aaron Heilman Lives on in J.J. Putz

    Aaron Heilman was the Mets' first round pick with a devastating change-up and funky arm angle that made him a dominant set-up man in parts of 2005 and 2006. But Heilman became the big tease...

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  10. Player to Watch: Brad Holt

    The Mets selected right-handed pitcher Brad Holt in the 2008 supplemental first round. Holt is a 23-year-old, right-handed pitcher, who has been putting up some incredible numbers in the minor leagues...

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  11. Angel Pagan Placed on the DL

    The Mets placed Angel Pagan on the disable list with a strained right groin. I feel sorry for Pagan, every time he gets a chance, he shows he can play in the major leagues, but then ends up getting hurt...

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  12. Adversity builds character- winning in May

    If you were told before the season that the Mets would lose Carlos Delgado, Jose Reyes, Oliver Perez, Ryan Church and Alex Cora for most of the month, you would consider it a lost month. Couple that with Carlos Beltran missing time, while Fernando Tatis (

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  13. New York Mets: What To Do With Tim Redding?

    The Mets signed Tim Redding to a one-year $2.25 million contract, and knowing how they operate, they will simply not eat the deal, no matter how ineffective Redding is...

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  14. I Do Not Trust J.J. Putz...

    I wasn't very familiar with J.J. Putz before this year, except for what I read about him after the trade. The reviews from Seattle were mixed; some talked about his devastating splitter, while others warned of disappointment due to decreased velocity...

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  15. Angel Pagan on Day-to-Day List due to Groin Injury

    Add Angel Pagen to the list of walking wounded, which is affectionately being called day-to-day by the Mets organization. When Pagan pulled up lame while attempting to run down a ball in the gap, I thought the worst: a torn hammy...

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  16. Oliver Perez Shut Down

    The reviews weren't great of Oliver Perez's first outing in Triple A, but that may have been due to his ailing knee. Perez has been shut down and will return to the Port St. Lucie training facility, due to tendinitis in his right knee...

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  17. WITH CASTRO GONE, THE SPOTLIGHT IS ON SANTOS

    It came as no major shock that the Mets dealt catcher Ramon Castro to the White Sox for righthander Lance Broadway after last night’s win over the Marlins...

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  18. Mets trying to move Castro

    Brian Schneider is prepared to return from the disabled list, and it appears the Mets are attempting to trade Ramon Castro to make room.Castro has been clearly beat out for the back-up catcher's position by Omir Santos ( offensive comparison)...

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  19. Mets acquire OF Emil Brown

    Adam Rubin of the Daily News is reporting that the Mets have acquired outfielder Emil Brown.Brown was playing in AAA for the Padres and will be assigned to Buffalo, it's unclear what the Padres received in return...

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  20. Mets Linked to Bobby Crosby

    Bobby Crosby is a 29-year-old, right-handed shortstop who is in the last year of a five-year deal and is owed $5.25 million, for the season. After his 2004 Rookie of the Year season, he has been a disappointment...

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  21. Could Javier Valentin be the next Fernando Tatis?

    Fernando Tatis was out of baseball from 2003-2005 and when he did return in 2006, he played most of the year with the Oriole's AAA affiliate. He spent the entire 2007 season with the Mets AAA Affiliate and 131 games, all at third base, he hit ...

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  22. Delgado hopes to return this season

    In his first public appearance since hip surgery, Carlos Delgado stated that the surgery went well and he hopes to return this season...

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  23. Add Sheffield to the Day-to-day list...

    Jerry Manuel in explaining how Sheffield was thrown out at the plate, before he was safe on review of the home run, may have revealed yet another nagging injury...

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  24. Castro to blame for walks...

    With Brian Schneider on the cusp of returning, there is a heated competition for the back-up catchers position...

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  25. Talking the farm with Mack about trades...

    Most people aren't discussing, if the Mets will make a trade, but more about what they will trade for; will it be a starting pitcher, back-up short stop/utility player, first baseman or corner outfielder...

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