Found November 11, 2011 on Matthew Cerrone's Mets Blog:
PLAYERS: Ike Davis
TEAMS: New York Mets
According to Adam Rubin of ESPN New York, Ike Davis has resumed his workout regimen after a hiatus and has suggested the bone bruise is behind him. David missed all but one month of the 2011 season after a collision with David Wright at Coors Field in May. According to Rubin, Davis is undergoing more intensive workouts than actual baseball games, and given there have been no recurring issues with his ankle, Davis expects to be ready for 2012. Michael Baron: It’s still hard to believe that this collision cost Ike five months of the season. In retrospect, the whole thing was especially frustrating because it appeared Ike was taking the next steps in his young career, and showing he is capable of being an impact-type hitter in the game. Despite his great progress, I am still concerned about the ankle, and I probably won’t be convinced it’s going to be ok until he’s out there at Digital Domain Park going through full workouts, simulating movements at first base, playing in games, and s...
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