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Posts tagged ‘Jose Reyes’

Roster Moves – Week 21 – August 14th, 2012

Trade 1:

  • Atomic RoadRunners Acquire:
    • SS Jose Reyes (Add to Actives)
    • RP Drew Storen (Add to Actives)
  • The Pi Train Acqiure:
    • SP Zach Wheeler (minor leaguer)
    • 2B Kolten Wong (minor leaguer)
    • AaRr’s 7th-Round Minor League draft pick in 2013

Trade 2:

  • Atomic RoadRunners Acquire:
    • 1B Freddie Freeman (Add to Actives)
    • RP Carlos Marmol (Add to Actives)
    • X-Men’s 7th-Round Minor League draft pick in 2013
  • X-Men Acqiure:
    • 1B Paul Goldschmidt
    • AaRr’s 3rd-Round Minor League draft pick in 2013

FAAB Acquisitions:

  • C Rob Brantly, Marlins ($4 bid, Add to Actives)
  • OF Eric Young, Jr., Rockies ($6 bid, Add to Actives)
  • SP Mark Rogers, Brewers ($0 bid, Add to Actives)

Move:

  • MI Zack Cozart (from SS)

Down: 

  • RP Santiago Casilla
  • C Devin Mesoraco
  • MI Donovan Solano

Cut:

  • RP Brad Lincoln
  • OF J.D. Martinez
  • OF Scott Moore

Notes:

  • OF J.D. Martinez was optioned to Triple-A Oklahoma City on August 9th
  • The RoadRunners attempted to pick up Padres reliever Dale Thayer with a $0 bid, but The Pi Train claimed him with a $51 bid. Get Off Kong also had bid $10. His salary was set at $15 from the buzz surrounding his only other save in June.
  • The RoadRunners attempted to pick up Brewers reliever Jim Henderson with a $0 bid, but Get Off Kong had bid $5, and Misogynistic Padres had bid $4.
  • The RoadRunners attempted to pick up Padres starter Eric Stults with a $0 bid, as did the Misogynistic Padres. Goodfellas won the bidding with a $10 bid, edging out The Pi Train’s $9 bid.
  • The RoadRunners attempted to pick up Giants reliever Jeremy Affeldt with a $0 bid, but the Misogynistic Padres had bid $2.

Roster Moves – July 16 – Week 15

Trades:

Trade 1:

  • Atomic Roadrunners receives: Reds SP Edinson Volquez (active), Brewers 1B Prince Fielder (active at 1B)
  • Get Off Kong! receives: Giants SP Tim Lincecum, Mets SS Jose Reyes

Trade 2:

  • Atomic Roadrunners receives: Giants AAA C Buster Posey
  • Shoeless Jews receives: Cubs SS Ryan Theriot

FAAB Acquisitions:

  • John Bowker, 1B/OF Giants ($5 bid, active at OF)
  • Mat Latos, SP Padres ($5 bid, reserve)
  • Brooks Conrad, 2B Braves ($0 bid, active at 2B)

Up:

  • OF Chris Duncan

Down:

  • 3B Mat Gamel

Move:

  • CM Emilio Bonifacio (to 3B)
  • 2B Brendan Ryan (to SS)
  • SS Alex Cora (to MI)
  • 1B Casey Kotchman (to CM)

Cut:

  • RP Nick Masset
  • OF Andres Torres
  • OF Alex Romero

Notes:

  • Lost on bidding for Pirates 1B/OFGarrett Jones.  I bid $5, The Pi Train bid $16
  • Minor league starter Mat Latos re-joins the Roadrunners, as he was cut June 30th
  • Giants OF John Bowker re-joins the Roadrunners.  He was on the squad for several months in 2008.

Reyes Still a Week Away from Starting Rehab

Manager Jerry Manuel said on Wednesday that Jose Reyes will have to rest for about another week before he begins a rehab program. A couple weeks ago the Mets had some hope that Reyes could return during the second half of June, but clearly that won’t be the case. There’s still no definitive timetable for his return. (Rotoworld)

Reyes Still Has No Timetable, Receiving Treatment

Jose Reyes (hamstring) still has no timetable for a return to the Mets. Reyes tore his hamstring while rehabbing last week, and he’s been limited to bicycling and working on the treadmill. On a positive note, he doesn’t think this injury is as serious as previous hamstring injuries he’s suffered. Speaking for the first time since suffering a small tear to his right hamstring tendon, described the injury as feeling like a current was running through his leg, and, pressed on when he might be able to play again, said: “They don’t say about time. There’s no time on the table right now. When I feel better, when I feel good, I’ll be ready to play,” the NY Daily News reports. Reyes plans to stay in New York throughout the week to keep receiving “platelet rich plasma therapy” treatments on his torn right hamstring, the NY Post reports. The treatment involves removing some blood from Reyes’ hamstring, spinning it in a machine designed to remove bad compnents, then injecting the “good blood” back into the damaged area. The hope is that this will stimulate quicker and possibly fuller healing in the area. In addition, Reyes received a cortisone shot but no timeframe has been set for a possible return to action, though the estimate is still 4-to-6 weeks. (Rotoworld, Rotowire)

Roster Moves – June 9th – Week 10

FAAB Acquisitions:

  • C Carlos Ruiz, Phillies ($2 bid, add to actives at DH)
  • MI Brendan Ryan, Cardinals ($0 bid, add to actives at MI)
  • 1B Fernando Tatis, Mets ($1 bid, add to actives at 1B)
  • SP Antonio Bastardo, Phillies ($3 bid, add to actives)
  • SP Matt Maloney, Reds ($2 bid, add to actives)
  • RP Clay Zavada, Diamondbacks ($0 bid, add to actives)

Up:

  • C Chris Iannetta

Down:

  • 1B Casey Kotchman (15-Day DL – shin contusion)
  • SS Jose Reyes (15-Day DL – hamstring and calf)
  • DH Jake Fox
  • RP Matt Lindstrom
  • RP John Grabow

Cut:

  • C Robinzon Diaz
  • RP Kyle McClellan
  • RP Clay Condrey
  • OF Jody Gerut
  • 3B Brian Barden
  • OF Austin Kearns

Notes:

  • Bastardo was also bid on by The Pi Train ($1) and Misogynistic Padres ($0)
  • Ruiz was also bid on by Misogynistic Padres ($0)
  • Iannetta is scheduled to be activated from the 15-Day DL today
  • Both Ruiz and Ryan have been on the Roadrunners previously
  • Tatis was originally drafted by The Pi Train in the 6th Round of the 2009 WBRL Minor League draft, thus his salary is $10
  • Zavada’s middle name is “Pflibson”

Reyes Watch: Still Feeling Discomfort. (Yeah, Me Too)

Jose Reyes tested his calf on Monday for the first time since before the weekend and still felt discomfort. Manager Jerry Manuel said that the disabled list wouldn’t be consideration until the next series against the Marlins. “If he can play at that 80 or 90% without in the back of his mind that if he does something it’s going to blow or something like that, I think then we’re okay,” said Manuel. Jonathon Malo actually made the trip to New York if Ramon Martinez couldn’t go on Monday, but he was able to play against the Nationals. (Rotoworld)

Reyes Watch: No Chance He’s Returning Monday

Jose Reyes (calf) said Sunday that there was no chance that he’d return to the lineup on Monday. That’s when the Mets were hoping to have him back at shortstop. Reyes, though, decided against testing his injury by running today. With Ramon Martinez bothered by a sore back, Fernando Tatis could start at shortstop tomorrow. (Rotoworld)

Reyes Fields Ground Balls, Feels “Way Better”

Jose Reyes (knee, calf) was able to field ground balls on Saturday afternoon. Reyes told reporters after the workout that he feels “way better.” He’ll try to return to the starting lineup on Sunday. Ramon Martinez and Fernando Tatis have been filling in. (Rotoworld)

Reyes Out Again Friday – “Calf Feels Worse”

Jose Reyes is out again Friday after reporting his right calf feels worse than it did a week ago. This doesn’t sound good, although both the team and Reyes claim that stint on the disabled list isn’t in the cards – although the team initially felt the same way about Carlos Delgado, who’s entrenched on the disabled list for the next two months after hip surgery. A second MRI was performed Thursday, which again revealed no structural damage to his calf. Stay tuned. (Rotoworld)

Reyes Aggravates Injury – Now Officially Day-to-Day

Jose Reyes is listed as day-to-day after an MRI revealed tendinitis behind his right calf. Reyes left Wednesday’s game after aggravating his right calf injury. The injury previously forced him to miss five games. The Mets were off on Thursday and open a three-game series at Boston on Friday. Reyes initially suffered the calf injury more than a week ago and aggravated it during Wednesday’s game. Reyes returned to the lineup on Tuesday after missing five games, but he clearly wasn’t 100 percent. Reyes gave manager Jerry Manuel the “thumbs up” after testing his calf prior to Tuesday night’s game. If he lands on the DL now, it’ll be another black mark on Jerry Manuel’s recent record. He may have been rushed back to action to quickly. Ramon Martinez is likely to fill in. (Rotoworld)