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New York Daily News Sep 14, 2019

Jed Lowrie will stay on the Mets’ bench for now

Jed Lowrie, with just two weeks remaining in the regular season, has yet to make a start for the Mets. As long as the Amazin’s are pushing for the postseason, it sounds like Lowrie will only be used off the bench. Manager Mickey Callaway was asked on Saturday whether Lowrie will start this year....
New York Post Sep 9, 2019

An MLB record that was just set might never be broken

A major league record was set over the weekend and is unlikely to be broken — without a reversal of rules that won’t go into effect until next season. With players such as Jed Lowrie returning from injury and Toronto’s Anthony Kay making his major league debut, the total number of players used this season...
Amazin Avenue Sep 8, 2019
Final Score: Phillies 10, Mets 7 - Sunday snooze

Final Score: Phillies 10, Mets 7 - Sunday snooze

Photo by Rich Schultz/ The Mets lost an extremely drawn out Sunday matinee. Continuing their tradition of being awful on Sundays, the Mets dropped their final matchup with the Phillies 10-7. Noah Syndergaard struggled for five innings, and a poorly managed, poorly constructed bullpen was punished once Thor left the game. The offensive performance was also extremely disappointing despite the seven run total, as the Mets squandered numerous chances in the middle and late innings. Wilson Ramos and Robinson Cano both went deep, and Jed Lowrie made his season debut as a pinch hitter in the...
Amazin Avenue Sep 8, 2019
Mets Morning News for September 8, 2019

Mets Morning News for September 8, 2019

Photo by Jim McIsaac/ Your Sunday morning dose of New York Mets and MLB news, notes, and links. Meet the Mets The Phillies shut out the Mets 5-0, as Marcus Stroman had a four spot dropped on him in the fourth inning. But the Mets couldn’t manage to score against Drew Smyly or the Phillies bullpen. Notably, Jed Lowrie had his very first at-bat as a Met, in which he struck out swinging as a pinch hitter. However, the Mets bullpen was spotless, pitching five scoreless innings of relief. Choose your recap: Amazin’ Avenue short and long, Newsday, MLB.com, NY Post, Daily News, and Bergen...
New York Post Sep 8, 2019

Dominic Smith won’t quit on season despite being on 60-day IL

Dominic Smith hasn’t given up on playing again this season, even if it’s only for a few games. The Mets’ outfielder/first baseman was moved to the 60-day injured list Saturday, creating room on the 40-man roster for Jed Lowrie’s return. The move ensures Smith, who has been the IL with a stress fracture in his...
Amazin Avenue Sep 7, 2019
Mets activate Jed Lowrie from IL

Mets activate Jed Lowrie from IL

Lowrie has had an injury-plagued 2019 season that has prevented him from appearing in a major league game. On September 7, 2019—240 days after the New York Mets signed him to a two-year contract—Jed Lowrie will suit up and be eligible to enter a game for the first time with his new team. The infield was activated from the 60-day IL prior to the club’s Saturday night game against the Philadelphia Phillies. To make room for Lowrie, the team moved Dominic Smith to the 60-day IL. The Mets also announced that they had recalled pitcher Drew Gagnon from Triple-A Syracuse. Lowrie signed a...
New York Post Sep 7, 2019

Jed Lowrie is finally joining Mets after ugly injury saga

Jed Lowrie’s highly anticipated debut in a Mets uniform was finally here. For the Mets’ 141st game of the season, Lowrie was activated Saturday afternoon prior to their matchup with the Phillies at Citi Field. The day felt like it would never come, as Lowrie battled a relentless string of injuries that led to setback...
SNY TV Sep 7, 2019

INF Jed Lowrie talks Mets activation, recovery status

More than four hours before the Mets face the Philadelphia Phillies at 7:10 p.m. Saturday, New York received a reinforcement the team had been waiting on all season long in INF Jed Lowrie.
NorthJersey.com Sep 7, 2019
Jed Lowrie joins Mets first time as he is activated from the injured list

Jed Lowrie joins Mets first time as he is activated from the injured list

Jed Lowrie will finally join the Mets this season, being activated for the first time since an injury in spring training.        

Jed Lowrie still not feeling healthy enough to join Mets

What exactly is Jed Lowrie waiting for? It’s a question that plagues the Mets as they wait for their offseason acquisition to feel healthy enough to join the big league team and help the Amazin’s make a final run for the postseason. Until then, he’s helping the New York-Penn League short-season...
NorthJersey.com Sep 6, 2019
NY Mets: A Jed Lowrie update, examining big home games and Steven Matz vs. Phillies

NY Mets: A Jed Lowrie update, examining big home games and Steven Matz vs. Phillies

Jed Lowrie seems to be getting closer, while the Mets are set to play some big games at Citi Field. It starts Friday against the Phillies.        
New York Post Sep 6, 2019

Jed Lowrie belts homer for Brooklyn as Mets’ return nears

Jed Lowrie is another step closer to finally suiting up for the Mets. Lowrie, who has been sidelined by a series of injuries since signing with the Mets as a free agent before the season, went 1-for-3 with a solo home run in a rehab assignment for the Brooklyn Cyclones on Thursday night at MCU...
Amazin Avenue Sep 3, 2019
A healthy Mets team leads to a crowded lineup

A healthy Mets team leads to a crowded lineup

Brad Mills-USA TODAY Sports The returns of Nimmo, Cano, and Lowrie raise questions about playing time and positioning, but the dilemma is the best kind to have The return of Brandon Nimmo to the Mets from the injured list, along with the expected returns of Robinson Cano and Jed Lowrie, has given the team a newly flush roster while also presenting the absolute best conundrum to have: how should they distribute playing time while building the daily lineup? To simplify the question, let’s assume that with only rare exceptions, Michael Conforto, Amed Rosario, Pete Alonso, and Wilson Ramos...
New York Post Sep 2, 2019

Mets may have to get creative with Jed Lowrie’s rehab

PHILADELPHIA — Jed Lowrie’s progression hasn’t put him in the conversation for addition to the Mets roster quite yet. The veteran infielder, who still hasn’t played a game for the Mets this season because of various injuries, remained at Triple-A Syracuse on a minor league rehab assignment where he was 1-for-4 with a run scored...
Amazin Avenue Aug 30, 2019
Mets Daily Prospect Report, 8/30/19

Mets Daily Prospect Report, 8/30/19

Ken Lavin Catch up on all the Mets prospects in yesterday’s minor league action! *All results from games played on August 29, 2019 Triple-A: Syracuse Mets (73-63) SYRACUSE 2, LEHIGH VALLEY 0 (BOX) The Mets offense was bolstered by the long ball, with Jed Lowrie hitting a solo shot in the fifth inning, and Rymer Liriano adding one of his own in the eighth. That proved to be more than sufficient for the Syracuse pitching staff. Ervin Santana spread five hits over six scoreless innings, and a trio of Nick Rumbelow, Stephen Nogosek, and Tyler Bashlor allowed just two base runners over...

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