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SNY TV Feb 18, 2020

Mets' Brodie Van Wagenen details what's ailing Jed Lowrie, says it's 'too early to tell' if he can play with brace on

Jed Lowrie has been participating in all drills at spring training while wearing a large brace on his left knee, and Mets GM Brodie Van Wagenen elaborated Tuesday on what exactly is ailing Lowrie.
Amazin Avenue Feb 18, 2020
Mets Morning News for February 18, 2020

Mets Morning News for February 18, 2020

Photo by Michael Reaves/ Your Tuesday morning dose of New York Mets and MLB news, notes, and links. Meet the Mets Yoenis Cespedes reported to Mets camp, and immediately made it known that he doesn’t want to talk to the press, saying “Not today, not tomorrow, not at all this year.” Cespedes also launched a long homer during batting practice yesterday, and added another one later during his session. According to Luis Rojas, Cespedes looked good running and can do field drills as well. Rojas was less optimistic on Jed Lowrie, refusing to commit to whether he would be ready for...
New York Post Feb 17, 2020
A positive development in the Mets’ Jed Lowrie saga

A positive development in the Mets’ Jed Lowrie saga

PORT ST. LUCIE — Jed Lowrie isn’t facing restrictions in his Mets workouts, but whether he will be ready for the start of the exhibition season is another matter altogether. A day after he arrived at camp wearing a sizeable brace on his left leg, Lowrie on Monday participated in the full range of drills...
New York Daily News Feb 17, 2020

Mets’ Jed Lowrie is a ‘full go’ during workouts this spring

Jed Lowrie, who arrived at Mets camp Sunday wearing a large brace that stretches from his left ankle to thigh, is showing more movement than we’ve seen in several months. During the team’s first-full squad workout Monday, Lowrie took grounders at second base, faced Robert Gsellman in live batting...
SNY TV Feb 17, 2020

Takeaways from Mets' Luis Rojas, including Jed Lowrie having 'no limitations'

Mets manager Luis Rojas spoke on Monday after the team's first full squad workout of spring training. Here are the takeaways...
Amazin Avenue Feb 17, 2020
Mets Morning News for February 17, 2020

Mets Morning News for February 17, 2020

Photo by Alejandra Villa Loraca/Newsday via Your Monday morning dose of New York Mets and MLB news, notes, and links. Meet the Mets While the average fan’s hopes may not be as high, baseball’s projection systems have their reasons for liking the Mets. Jed Lowrie’s “not irreparably broken” leg brace has people asking a lot of questions already answered by his brace. A year removed from nagging knee nuisances, Robinson Cano expects to be back to the old him in 2020. If the Mets are going to succeed this season, a lot of their hopes hinge on ten particular players. WCBS 880...
New York Post Feb 16, 2020

Jed Lowrie’s massive leg brace raises more Mets questions

PORT ST. LUCIE – After missing almost all of last season with various leg ailments, Jed Lowrie arrived to spring training Sunday wearing a brace that extended from his left mid-thigh to almost the ankle. And the veteran infielder wasn’t making any promises he’ll be ready for Opening Day with the Mets. “It’s always kind...
Rising Apple Feb 16, 2020

Mets not-so-super utility man Jed Lowrie showed up to camp in a leg brace

Curb your enthusiasm for Jed Lowrie. The New York Mets infielder showed up to spring training wearing a leg/knee brace. The over/under on the number of games Jed Lowrie will play for the New York Mets may have dropped a few dozen. As several reporters are doing what they do best—reporting—the not-so-super utility man of […] Mets not-so-super utility man Jed Lowrie showed up to camp in a leg brace - Rising Apple - Rising Apple - A New York Mets Blog Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
SNY TV Feb 16, 2020

Mets' Jed Lowrie says wearing knee brace 'makes me feel like myself'

On Sunday, Mets infielder Jed Lowrie arrived at Spring Training wearing a knee brace on his left leg during workouts. When asked about the knee brace, Lowrie didn't get into specifics.
New York Post Feb 10, 2020
Jeff McNeil embracing his unofficial Mets reality

Jeff McNeil embracing his unofficial Mets reality

PORT ST. LUCIE — Jeff McNeil hasn’t officially been told he’s the Mets’ everyday third baseman, but he’s preparing toward that eventuality. Last spring McNeil worked out in left field, but injuries to Todd Frazier and Jed Lowrie moved him to third base early in the season. Frazier returned to become the primary third baseman,...
Amazin Avenue Feb 2, 2020
One Last Move: Wilmer Flores

One Last Move: Wilmer Flores

The Mets should welcome an old friend back to Citi this season. Welcome to One Last Move, where our writers pitch a move to the Mets that would close out their offseason and make the team better in 2020. The Mets’ bench appears to be a bit thin heading into the 2020 season. If Yoenis Cespedes and Jed Lowrie are healthy to start the season, the team obviously gets deeper, but what can reasonably be expected from two players who missed significant time last year? Excluding them, the bench could consist of a combination of Dominic Smith, Matt Adams, Luis Guillorme, and Jake Marisnick....
Amazin Avenue Jan 31, 2020
Mets Morning News for January 31, 2020

Mets Morning News for January 31, 2020

Photo by Justin Berl/ Your Friday morning dose of New York Mets and MLB news, notes, and links. Meet the Mets It’s not even spring yet, but Jeurys Familia is already in the best shape of his life as he is determined to put last season behind him. With both Jed Lowrie and Yoenis Cespedes still on the roster, the Mets could be limited in how flexible the roster could be. Around the National League East How do the Braves stack up compared with an improved National League East? The Mariners signed Wei-Yin Chen to a minor league contract which could have some financial implications for the...
SNY TV Jan 30, 2020

With Yoenis Cespedes and Jed Lowrie still on Mets, is roster crunch coming?

MLB rosters expanding to 26 players will help every team, but the Mets could be one of the teams that benefits the most from the extra slot. Still, that doesn't mean they are sitting in an envious position right now.
Rising Apple Jan 29, 2020

Mets: Which offseason addition is most likely to be a bust?

One of the New York Mets additions this winter will likely end up as a bust. Let’s take a look at each of these men and who might be most likely to become this year’s Jason Vargas or Jed Lowrie. The New York Mets had a much quieter offseason in winter two with Brodie Van […] Mets: Which offseason addition is most likely to be a bust? - Rising Apple - Rising Apple - A New York Mets Blog Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More

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