Mets Notes: Wright, Byrdak, Santana

David Wright will get a cortisone shot for his sore ribcage, Andy Martino of the New York Daily News tweets. Here are some more Mets-related updates…

  • Mets left-hander Tim Byrdak will have surgery to repair a torn meniscus, Adam Rubin of tweets. This means Byrdak figures to start the season on the disabled list.
  • Rubin wonders if the Mets will open the season with both D.J. Carrasco and Miguel Batista on the 25-man roster or if a non-roster left-hander will make the team (Twitter link). Mike Gonzalez and Arthur Rhodes are free agent possibilities for GM Sandy Alderson to consider.
  • Anthony DiComo of runs through some of the lefties in Mets camp who warrant consideration for a spot in the bullpen.
  • Mets officials agree that lack of overall depth is an issue for them, Joel Sherman of the New York Post tweets.
  • "I truly believe we're going to do this right and that Johan Santana will be on this team Opening Day," Mets manager Terry Collins said, according to the Associated Press (via the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette). Santana aims to return from a shoulder injury this year.

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6 Comments on "Mets Notes: Wright, Byrdak, Santana"

3 years 5 months ago

I blame Fred Wilpon on the state of the team.

3 years 5 months ago

David Wright will get a cortisone shot for his sore ribcage… I never heard of anyone doing this and even if I did, it doesn’t sound like a good idea. He should let it heal.

Mike Gonzalez a Met? Hahahaha, after what Boras said about Wilpon?!? You can file that under never. As for Rhodes sure why not? Actually, I am surprised the O’s haven’t really considered it.

Lastly, concerning Santana, I think he will hold together, I like his chances.

Steven D
3 years 5 months ago

To be a Mets fan you must enjoy torture. 

3 years 5 months ago

But they have a great medical staff…

3 years 5 months ago

Just let the bad news continue to pile up……its going to be a LONG season. At least I will get cheap tickets.

3 years 5 months ago

I can’t even remember the last time I saw Santana pitch.  Dude was filthy.  Hell, maybe he still is.