Showing posts with label Mets Transactions. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Mets Transactions. Show all posts

Wednesday, June 06, 2012

Mets Transaction Recap from June 1st - June 5th


With all the recent Mets transactions of late, it's hard for Mets Fans to follow who's up and who's down. So here is the complete transaction list from June 1st - June 5th.

DateTransaction
06/05/12New York Mets activated RHP Miguel Batista from the 15-Day disabled list.

New York Mets placed RHP Ramon Ramirez on the 15-Day disabled list retroactive to May 31, 2012. Hamstring strain.

New York Mets designated RHP Jack Egbert for assignment.

New York Mets called up Chris Young from Buffalo Bisons.
06/03/12New York Mets placed LF Mike Baxter on the 15-Day disabled list retroactive to June 2, 2012. Displaced right collarbone.

New York Mets recalled Josh Satin from Buffalo Bisons.
06/02/12Toronto Blue Jays claim Chris Schwinden off waivers from New York Mets.
06/01/12New York Mets activated C Josh Thole from the 15-Day disabled list.

New York Mets designated RHP Chris Schwinden for assignment.

New York Mets optioned Rob Johnson to Buffalo Bisons.

New York Mets called up Elvin Ramirez from Buffalo Bisons.

Make Note: Jason Bay should be activated tonight, and Josh Satin is expected to become the casualty to go down..

Sunday, June 12, 2011

Carrasco Called Up, Thayer sent down


The New York Mets recalled pitcher D.J. Carrasco from Triple-A Buffalo while optioning hurler Dale Thayer to the minors.

Carrasco had a 2-3 record with a 3.47 ERA in nine games with Buffalo. Mets manager Terry Collins said Sunday that Carrasco would serve primarily as the team's long reliever.

Carrasco, 34, is 0-1 with a 5.91 ERA in eight appearances with the Mets this season. He was demoted in late-April following a stretch of rough outings.

Thayer went 0-1 in four games with a 4.50 ERA.

Friday, June 03, 2011

Mets Promote Acosta, O'Connor sent down to Buffalo


The New York Mets have promoted right-handed reliever Manny Acosta from Triple-A Buffalo.

The Mets selected his contract and he was to be available for Friday night's game against Atlanta.

The 30-year-old Acosta was 1-0 with four saves and a 1.77 ERA in 20 games at Buffalo. Last year with the Mets, he was 3-2 with a 2.95 ERA in 41 games.

Left-handed reliever Mike O'Connor was optioned by the Mets to Triple-A after Thursday's game. The Mets also transferred righty Chris Young to the 60-Day disabled list.

Friday, April 29, 2011

Ronny Paulino Activated, Nickeas Optioned


According to Adam Rubin of ESPN, The New York Mets activated catcher Ronny Paulino from the disabled list and demoted Mike Nickeas to Triple-A Buffalo.

Paulino signed a $1.3 million free-agent contract in early December to serve as a right-hitting complement to Josh Thole behind the plate.

He had difficulty securing a visa because of a 50-game MLB suspension for a performance-enhancing substance and arrived late to spring training.

Team doctors discovered Paulino had issues with anemia, so Paulino was placed on the disabled list after the remaining eight games of his suspension were completed while his blood levels returned to more normal levels.

He was eligible to be activated from the DL on Tuesday, but tweaked a side muscle last weekend with Triple-A Buffalo, further stalling his return.

Paulino hit .190 (8-for-42) with four RBIs and a walk in 12 rehab games between Class A St. Lucie and Buffalo.

Manager Terry Collins indicated he plans to platoon the left-hitting Thole and Paulino, with the exception of Thole catching knuckleballer R.A. Dickey regardless of the opposing pitcher.

Nickeas hit .250 with 20 at-bats and belted his first major league homer on April 21, off Houston's J.A. Happ.

Friday, April 22, 2011

Pagan to DL, Pridie to Lineup


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Angel Pagan left Tuesday’s game after pulling a muscle in his side and Adam Rubin of ESPNNewYork.com reports that the Mets will place him on the disabled list prior to tonight’s game against the Diamondbacks.

Pagan had hoped to return in a few days, but clearly the Mets didn’t want to play short-handed in center field given their commitment to keeping former center fielder Carlos Beltran in right field no matter what.

Rubin reports that Jason Pridie will replace Pagan on the roster, coming up from Triple-A to bat eighth in the lineup tonight. Pridie was once considered a decent prospect, but now he’s a 27-year-old career minor leaguer with his third organization and has hit just .273 with a .738 OPS in 376 games at Triple-A. He’s a fifth outfielder at best, so the Mets will definitely miss Pagan.
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Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Emaus gets DFA'd, Justin Turner gets recalled


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In a time where offense is needed the Mets designated infielder Brad Emaus for assignment and recalled Justin Turner, tweets David Lennon of Newsday.

Emaus, a Rule 5 pick from the Blue Jays, earned the second base job out of Spring Training but only received 42 plate appearances to establish himself.

If he's not traded or claimed in the next ten days, the Mets have to offer him back to the Blue Jays (or work out a trade to keep him in the organization).  If another team picks up Emaus, they'll still be subject to the Rule 5 restriction of keeping him in the Majors all year.

Emaus, 25, hit .290/.397/.476 in 534 plate appearances for the Blue Jays' Double and Triple-A clubs last year, playing second and third base.

I feel bad for Brad Emaus because I thought he could handle the Majors, but the Mets are in flux and they need offensive numbers to produce runs...Good Luck Brad
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Sunday, April 10, 2011

Mets News and Notes : Bullpen Moves, Duda


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Jason Isringhausen is back with the Mets more than a decade after leaving New York in a trade.


New York purchased the contract of the veteran right-hander after Sunday's game and designated reliever Blaine Boyer for assignment.

Jason Isringhausen pitches for the Mets in spring training. The right-hander will try to help ease the load of an already overworked bullpen. 

Boyer allowed four runs in the 11th inning Sunday, three on a pinch-hit three-run homer by the Washington Nationals' Laynce Nix. Boyer had a 10.80 ERA in five appearances with New York.

Isringhausen, 38, began the season in extended spring training to build arm strength. He was signed to a minor league contract prior to the start of training camp but was still working his way back from 2009 elbow surgery. He pitched well enough to be in contention with Boyer for the final spot on the opening day pitching staff.

New York dealt Isringhausen to the Oakland Athletics at the July 31 deadline in 1999. He became a top closer for the A’s and St. Louis Cardinals before injuries limited his effectiveness.

The Mets also recalled right-hander Ryota Igarashi from Class AAA Buffalo on Sunday and optioned outfielder Lucas Duda to Buffalo. The move gives the Mets 13 pitchers on their staff.

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Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Alderson trades for Dykstra


Alderson today swapped a former Mets first-round pick, Eddie Kunz, for a former first-round pick from his old franchise, San Diego farmhand Allan Dykstra (no relation to Lenny)
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Kunz debuted in the majors in 2008, one year after he was drafted. But he bottomed out in recent campaigns, spending all of 2010 at Double A with a 5.34 ERA.

Dykstra, a 23-year-old first baseman, homered 16 times and posted an .810 on-base plus slugging percentage in high Class-A ball last season.
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