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Center fielder Matt den Dekker, who suffered a fractured right wrist during a March 24 Grapefruit League game, is ready to get into games according to Adam Rubin of ESPN New York.
Den Dekker was scheduled to DH in a back-field game in Port St. Lucie, Fla., on Thursday until heavy rains forced a postponement. Den Dekker should be in the lineup today.
Here is a video of Den Dekker who talks about what it was like for him on Draft Day when the Mets selected him.
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Center fielder Matt den Dekker, who suffered a fractured right wrist during a March 24 Grapefruit League game, is ready to get into games according to Adam Rubin. Den Dekker was scheduled to DH in a back-field game in Port St. Lucie, Fla., on Thursday before heavy rains altered the plan. The hope is that den Dekker can begin to swing in games Friday.