News on Delgado and Reyes

By / July 12, 2009 / Injuries

Progress is being made as we speak. As a matter of fact, Carlos Delgado is on his way to Port St. Lucie on Monday. He was in batting cages today, according to Bart Hubbuch of the New York Post.

Both Delgado and Jose Reyes participated in agility drills today and reported to be pain free. Here’s how Delgado is responding on mets.com:

If it feels good, we’re going to push it — if it’s not, then we’re just going to be more cautious. You know, they cleaned out my hip. You’ve got to develop the strength and the endurance in order to come back and play 50 to 60 games.

I was able to go over there and crank it up a little more. It felt good, so we’re very happy about that.

Reyes will join Delgado in Port St. Lucie on Tuesday. According to Jerry Manuel, there was no limping on Reyes’ part at all when he was running.

Despite the progress, the Mets do not want to set a timetable. I think it is in the best interest of the players not to do that. This way there is no pressure on them and they can heal at their own pace.

Another step in the right direction for both players, the team, and the fans. The second half has good things waiting for us.

In other news:

Argenis Reyes has been optioned down to Triple-A Buffalo. It is not like he was much help here anyway. Buh bye!

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Ed Leyro

This is the way I see it. If the Philthies can come back from 7 out with 17 games to play, the Mets can come back from 6½ out with 75 games to play. This team will get back together. When they do, the Braves will be first to watch us go by them. Then it’ll be the Marlins’ turn. Then the Philthies will see nothing but the hard-charging Mets in their rearview mirror. Let’s hope this team’s batteries are recharged during their three-day hiatus and let’s come out smoking in the second half!

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Ed Leyro

This is the way I see it. If the Philthies can come back from 7 out with 17 games to play, the Mets can come back from 6½ out with 75 games to play. This team will get back together. When they do, the Braves will be first to watch us go by them. Then it’ll be the Marlins’ turn. Then the Philthies will see nothing but the hard-charging Mets in their rearview mirror. Let’s hope this team’s batteries are recharged during their three-day hiatus and let’s come out smoking in the second half!

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efrain rivera

has anybody noticed since the arrival of frenchy our luck has changed? i love frenchy. i have a feeling things are gonna turn around. and niese is having a lot of success in the minors. maybe we have some stability down there. lets have faith. i saw reyes running hard before the game i almost cried lol. LETS GO METS

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Tanya Mercado

And you did not mention this to me because…? We now have issues my friend. Maybe Bernazard knows if the minors fall apart, it is all on his shoulders. He cannot shift blame on anyone else. It is starting to catch up to him. He is feeling the heat. I LOVE IT!!!!

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efrain rivera

has anybody noticed since the arrival of frenchy our luck has changed? i love frenchy. i have a feeling things are gonna turn around. and niese is having a lot of success in the minors. maybe we have some stability down there. lets have faith. i saw reyes running hard before the game i almost cried lol. LETS GO METS

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