Showing posts with label Ramon Ramirez. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Ramon Ramirez. Show all posts

Thursday, June 21, 2012

Injury Update: Ramirez rehabbing in Buffalo


Ramon Ramirez, who has been on the disabled list since May 31 with a strained right hamstring, is due to move his rehab assignment to Triple-A Buffalo, according to ESPN NY.

Ramirez made his second relief appearance for Class A St. Lucie on Wednesday morning. He retired all three batters he faced. Two days earlier, Ramirez had allowed three runs on five hits in an inning with the Florida State League club.

Monday, June 04, 2012

Mets getting Healthy: Pitchers Chris Young, Miguel Batista Expected Back Tuesday, Tejada Not Far Behind


Mets announced that RHP Chris Young, who’s been rehabbing from shoulder surgery, will be called up to start on Tuesday.

Miguel Batista will be activated from the DL on the same day to piggyback Young, who will likely be on a limited pitch count.

This will give Johan Santana a extra day off after his 134 pitch No-Hitter.

Ruben Tejada (quadriceps) will begin a rehab assignment today with Triple-A Buffalo. Wally Backman indicated Tejada is scripted for five innings apiece Monday and Tuesday, seven innings Wednesday and a full game Thursday with the Bisons. Collins expects Tejada to be activated from the DL for Friday's game in the Bronx.

Other Notes:
Mike Baxter, who had the no-hitter-saving catch for Santana, officially landed on the DL with a displaced collarbone and fractured rib cartilage Sunday.

The Mets promoted corner infielder Josh Satin from Buffalo. The Mets also brought left-hander Robert Carson to New York, but Ramon Ramirez -- who injured a hamstring en route to the Santana postgame celebration -- remains active at least until a doctor's exam today.

Sunday, June 03, 2012

Mets Mike Baxter and Ramon Ramirez go on the DL


Johan Santana threw the first no-hitter in Mets history on Friday night, but it came at a price.

Left-fielder Mike Baxter suffered a displaced right collarbone next to his sternum and fractured rib cartilage after colliding with the wall while making a spectacular catch in the seventh inning, and is expected to miss up to six weeks, according to manager Terry Collins.

Right-handed reliever Ramon Ramirez also suffered a strained right hamstring while running out of the bullpen to celebrate Santana’s accomplishment and is headed to the disabled list as well, Collins said.

No corresponding roster moves were announced.

Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Mets avoid arbitration with Mike Pelfrey and Other Players


The Mets avoided arbitration with Mike Pelfrey on Tuesday.

According to CBS Sports’ Jon Heyman, Pelfrey has signed for $5.68M, an increase from $3.925M.

Pelfrey can earn a bonus of $35,000 to $42,500 for 195, 200, 205, 210 and 215 innings pitched and can become a free agent after the 2013 season.

The big right-hander struggled in 2011, going 7-13 with a 4.74 ERA. This coming after a 15-win season in 2010. While Pelfrey has a career 4.40 ERA, he has gone at least 184 innings the last four seasons.

Note: Mets have avoided Arbitration with Ramon Ramirez, Andres Torres, and Manny Acosta as well.

MIKE PELFREY'S STATS

GPGSCGSHOIPHRERHRBBSOWLP/GSWHIPBAAERA
2011 Regular Season343320193.2220111102216510571397.21.47.2864.74
Career15014640876.2965458429703144935054100.61.46.2834.40

Wednesday, December 07, 2011

Reaction to revamped Bullpen and Angel Pagan's exit to left coast


First off let me tell you that had I stayed up, I would of reported all the Mets moves..So I apologize. Mets Chronicle does not pay the bills, but other things do..

That being said, Sandy Alderson said it best when he did not opt to go after a backup catcher, he wanted use that money to fix the pen and bring in multiple arms and he did. How much quality did Alderson get back?  Well with what monetary units he has to work with, it's almost amazing he got anything done..

The signing of  Frank Francisco was not a surprise , who Steve Popper (of the Bergen record) nailed it and said would be the closer of the Mets as Mets Chronicle posted.. Getting Jon Rauch too was a surprise.. I did not think were going to get both, but it was good to see Sandy and Crew upgrade the pen a bit.. The Mets have some attitude in the back of the bullpen again with Francisco and Rauch..

FRANK FRANCISCO'S STATS

GPGSCGSHOIPHRERHRBBSOWLSVHLDBLSVWHIPERA
2011 Regular Season5400050.2492120718531417241.323.55
Career331000334.02861451383414536818194966211.293.72

JON RAUCH'S STATS

GPGSCGSHOIPHRERHRBBSOWLSVHLDBLSVWHIPERA
2011 Regular Season5300052.05628281114365411451.354.85
Career4681100520.24912362216216041839315880271.253.82
Both off into the sunset


In a classic swap of players coming off disappointing seasons, the Mets dealt outfielder Angel Pagan in exchange for Giants Center Fielder Andres Torres and right-hander Ramon Ramirez Tuesday night.


All three players were eligible for arbitration and not certain to be tendered contracts by Monday’s deadline. The deal, the structure of which was first reported by Bay Area News Group, is pending a physical and might not become official until later this week.


Torres and Ramirez were hugely productive in 2010 while helping the Giants to the NL West title on their way to the World Series. Torres, in particular, emerged as a fan favorite because of his energy and gallantry, along with his gliding defense in center field. But he struggled mightily with physical and mental issues in 2011 and was no longer seen as an everyday solution.

ANDRES TORRES' STATS

GPABRH2B3BHRRBIBBSOSBCSAVGOBPSLGOPS
2011 Regular Season11234850772414194295196.221.312.330.643
Career41512641973087921271181313256021.244.318.403.721

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