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Saturday, March 8, 2008

Week in Review.

Okay with the first week of March over, lets review.

Saturday March 1st:


Carlos Delgado has a barking right hip that has resulted in a trip to New York to see Mets doctors

Michel Abreu is projected to be the Triple-A first baseman, while prospect Mike Carp wasn’t even invited to big-league camp


  • Carlos Muniz, who has been slowed by a hamstring injury

  • Mets 1 Dodgers 0

Sunday March 2nd:



  • Ruben Gotay sprained the inside of his right ankle sliding into home plate
  • Angel Pagan had the game-deciding hit, his two-out, two-RBI single to center in the ninth capped a three-run inning and lifted the Zephyrs to a 6-5 win in the Mets’ final trip to Dodgertown.

  • Rule 5 pick Steven Register tossed a 1-2-3 inning

  • Joe Smith, who looks ticketed for New Orleans to start the season, allowed an RBI single to Nomar Garciaparra before getting an inning-ending double play

  • Brady Clark, who has played well early in camp, had an RBI groundout

  • Scott Schoeneweis surrendered an RBI single to Rafael Furcal

  • Delgado received an ejection of anti-inflammatories during his seven-and-a-half-hour stay in New York, and expects to take pills as well.

  • Jose Reyes had his left knee wrapped in ice after fouling a pitch off the outside of it the day before.

  • Mets 6 Dodgers 5


Monday March 3rd:

  • The Mets have placed Scott Schoeneweis and Jorge Sosa on the trading block. The projected bullpen looks to include: Billy Wagner, Aaron Heilman, Duaner Sanchez, Pedro Feliciano, Matt Wise, Schoeneweis and Sosa.

  • Mets 3 Braves 2


What would opening a bullpen spot or two do? It could make room for Mike Pelfrey as the long relief guy, gives Steven Register a chance to make the team, and Joe Smith as well. Brian Stokes is out of options, too.



Tuesday March 4th:

  • Luis Castillo ran the bases for the first time to test his surgically cleaned knees.

  • Endy Chavez has started running bases

  • Carlos Beltran was running bases and planned to test his surgically cleaned knees sliding

  • Michel Abreu went out with a strained right hip flexor, which occurred Monday

  • Mets 6 Marlins 2


Wednesday March 5th:

  • Orlando Hernandez was practicing his now-less-pronounced leg kick, a new delivery set up by pitching coach Rick Peterson

  • Brady Clark is volunteering to play first base, a position he hasn’t played in the majors

  • John Maine is adamant that the Mets have not discussed a multi-year deal with him.

  • Mets 3 Dodgers 2


Thursday March 6th:

  • Damion Easley and Marlon Anderson both returned injuries

  • Game rained out


Friday March 7th:

  • Juan Padilla and Ben Johnson were reassigned to the minor-league camp

  • Jason Vargas was back from Philly, where doctors told him he has a sore hip, but no hernia.

  • Pedro threw 53 pitches over 2 innings in a simulated game

  • Mets 8 Indians 6


Saturday March 8th:

  • Mike Pelfrey got hammered today, seven earned in 3.1 innings

  • RF Ryan Church went 2-for-2 in his first game back

  • Brian Schneider took Chris Volstad deep in his first at-bat

  • Damion Easley and Argenis Reyes also homered

  • Steven Register got knocked around for four runs on five hits in the ninth

  • Duaner Sanchez was great in a perfect seventh inning,two grounders and one strikeout and pronounced himself “97 percent of what you saw in ’06.”

  • Jorge Sosa tossed three scoreless relief innings against the Orioles.

  • In a simulated game El Duque threw the equivalent of three innings to no batters off a bullpen mound

  • Playing today were RF Ryan Church (back from concussion), C Brian Schneider (double hammies), CF Endy Chavez (ankle) and DH Damion Easley (ankle).

  • with Jorge Sosa, Marlon Anderson and Ramon Castro playing Baltimore in Ft. Lauderdale

  • Anderson Hernandez took BP, Carlos Delgado took more BP

  • Luis Castillo (knee) and Carlos Beltran (knee) took part in fielding drills and BP

  • Mets 4 Orioles 3 / Mets 4 Marlins 12


The Mets through today have a 7-4 record.

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