Thursday, June 30, 2011
Harris flew back to New York after last night's game to be with his wife who went into early labor at just five months. The child did not survive.
Best wishes to Harris at a time like this that has to be extremely difficult for him and his family.
The Mets called up outfielder Fernando Martinez from Triple-A Buffalo to take Harris' roster spot.
Players can be on the bereavement list a minimum of three days and a maximum of seven.
Tuesday, May 31, 2011
Reyes, who went on the bereavement list prior to Monday's game, is currently in the Dominican Republic mourning the death of his grandmother. He had been the team's hottest hitter prior to his departure, batting .364 in May and .519 over his past six games.
Players on the bereavement list must miss a minimum of three days and can stay inactive for as many as seven.
Monday, May 30, 2011
Mets placed INF Jose Reyes on the bereavement list.
Reyes will be away from the Mets for the next 3-7 days following the death of his grandmother back in the Dominican Republic. The Mets have not yet replaced him on the 25-man roster.
The Mets will miss Jose's bat in the Lineup
|Jose Reyes SPLITS||AB||R||H||2B||3B||HR||RBI||BB||AVG|
|Last seven days||27||8||14||3||2||0||2||1||.519|
|vs. Morton (Car.)||4||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||.000|
In other news - Ike Davis, who continues to be tormented by a bone bruise in his left ankle that he suffered in a May 10 collision with David Wright in Denver, intends to fly to New York for another examination with team doctors later Monday.