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PORT ST. LUCIE — Ike Davis showed up Monday with a walking boot on his right foot, an alarming development for the injury-prone Mets first baseman, though Davis insisted his...
PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. -- Ike Davis sported a new accessory in the clubhouse on Monday morning: a walking boot on his right foot. Davis, whose calf strain has kept him out of the Grapefruit League lineup for more than a week, said the boot will keep the lower leg immobilized and hopefully speed up the healing. The extent of the injury has caught Davis off guard since he merely has felt "tightness." Ike Davis #29 1BNew York Mets 2013 STATS GM103 HR9 RBI33 R37 OBP.
Both candidates for Mets' first base job have been sidelined for a week with leg injuries
Associated PressLucas Duda, Ruben Tejada and Ike Davis -- three players who need to prove themselves this spring training -- all continue to deal with leg injuries that originally were considered minor.PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. -- Terry Collins expressed surprise Tuesday that leg injuries are lingering with Ike Davis, Lucas Duda and Ruben Tejada. A day after departing a game at Disney with a left hamstring issue, Collins said Duda felt "really sore" Tuesday.
Ike Davis belted his first homer of the spring while Rafael Montero and Jacob deGrom pitched well in the Mets' exhibition opener, a 5-4 loss.
New York Mets 1st basman Ike Davis talks to Kevin Burkhardt on SNY's Mets Hot Stove about his statistical goals for 2014, and how getting off to a good start is what he really needs this year.
Davis: “It’s just an overblown thing…I sucked last year because I sucked. Not because I had an injury.”
On the day that Ike Davis made noise in the media, Rob Brender of SNY.tv and MetsBlog follows Ike on the field -- along with Lucas Duda -- to see how the 1st base competition is shaping up so far in New York Mets camp.
PORT ST. LUCIE , Fla. -- Ike Davis loudly lectured the reporter on Monday morning who had written the article about him concealing an oblique injury, as teammates and other media watched. Ike Davis #29 1BNew York Mets 2013 STATS GM103 HR9 RBI33 R37 OBP.326 AVG.205 The first baseman then told reporters he had merely acknowledged having a nagging injury for a couple of months before the oblique finally popped -- just as plenty of other players during the course of an MLB season have nagging minor injuries they do not report because they do not want to be pulled from the lineup.
A sleepy, foggy morning was interrupted Monday when Mets first baseman Ike Davis loudly confronted a reporter in the clubhouse. He refuted a report that he had concealed an oblique injury last season as he struggled to regain his swing. Davis had his season cut short Aug. 31 with an oblique strain.
PORT ST. LUCIE — Ike Davis concealed an oblique injury from Mets officials for most of last season because of bad timing and the fact he was struggling and didn’t...
PORT ST. LUCIE, FL. -- A sleepy, foggy morning was interrupted Monday when Mets first baseman Ike Davis loudly confronted a reporter in the clubhouse. He refuted a report that he had concealed an oblique injury last season as he struggled to regain his swing. Davis had his season cut short ...
Davis said that he has not discussed the injury with manager Terry Collins or GM Sandy Alderson, as of this morning.
Mets first baseman Ike Davis fired back on Monday morning when a published report revealed that he hid an oblique injury from the Mets for the better part of the 2013 season.
PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. -- Terry Collins said he had no inkling until reading a published report that Ike Davis was dealing with an oblique issue well before it finally popped in Washington on Aug. 31. "There's got to be a conversation. And then certainly it's up to me to decide which way to proceed," Collins said regarding whether injuries should be disclosed by players to Mets staff. Regarding Davis specifically, the manager concluded: "As I look back now, everything would have been better off had he said something, and certainly he'll hopefully learn from it that he needs to speak up.
Above, video of Ike Davis swinging in a cage Sunday. PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. FIRST PITCH: Ike Davis wants to remain a Met. He’s doing a heckuva job of fueling getting himself traded, though. Davis told the Post on Sunday that he concealed an oblique injury for most of last season, even from the team. That’s not likely to sit well with Sandy Alderson and Terry Collins, who reportedly were unaware until late in the year, about when the oblique gave out on a sacrifice-fly swing against the Washington Nationals.
Ike Davis said it was a long offseason. Not so much because of the very public way the Mets went about shopping him around this winter, but because of having to rehab an oblique injury and read about the trade rumors almost every day.
PORT ST. LUCIE, FL -- Ike Davis said it was a long offseason. Not so much because of the very public way the Mets went about shopping him around this winter, but because of having to rehab an oblique injury and read about the trade rumors almost every day. “The articles would say I ...