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Archive for March, 2007

Mota’s Apology Not Accepted

Guillermo Mota had been brought in to fill a hole in the bullpen when Duaner Sanchez was hurt in a cab accident in Miami just before last years trade deadline. Six months later he’s needed again to cover for a Sanchez injury but will not be able to answer the call because of his suspension. […]



Bullpen Notes

With Duaner Sanchez out at least four months with a hairline fracture in his right shoulder and Guillermo Mota serving a 50 game suspension for steroids use the Mets bullpen is suffering. Aaron Heilman will now cover the 8th inning but he has been slowed by tendinitis and off season acquisition Ambiorix Burgos has had […]



Sánchez by a Hair-line

I’m a little late in reporting this since work has been very busy lately but… It looks like Duaner Sanchez‘s shoulder is worse than I reported last week. After cutting short a mound session last week trainers said Sanchez had some scar tissue come loose. An MRI and further examination showed that the righthander has […]



Sánchez Mound Session Cut Short

According to Mark Hale’s blog on the New York Post‘s website Duaner Sanchez‘s first sessions throwing off a mound ended abruptly after only a few minutes with the right handed setup man ‘over behind the mound’. Stay tuned because this may get interesting. Manager Willie Randolph has already said that Aaron Heilman will assume the […]



Sánchez = Slacker?

The Mets finally had a spring controversy over the weekend when Duaner Sanchez was asked to leave camp for two days for what the team labeled excessive ‘tardiness’. During the suspension many mets players expressed a general feeling that Sanchez wasn’t pulling his weight while rehabbing from a separated right shoulder. The players felt that […]



Jets Get A Running Back

Shifting gears to football. The Jets engineered a trade for Chicago Bears running back Thomas Jones. This deal is tremendous. The Jets also swapped second round picks with the Bears so they essentially got an All Pro running back in exchange for the opportunity to draft higher in the second round of the draft. What […]



Milledge’s Hand and El Duque’s Neck

There was a brief scare as a result of a play in yesterday’s exhibition opener. Lastings Milledge got hit on the hand by a pitched ball. Luckily x-rays on the hand today showed no broken bones. Also, as a follow up to last week’s story about Orlando Hernandez going back to New York for an […]