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It appears the Ruben Tejada problem has taken care of itself.
On the day after hearing a wake-up ultimatum or risk being sent to Triple-A Las Vegas, Tejada strained his right quadriceps going after a ball he had no chance of catching in Wednesday night’s victory over the Yankees.
TEJADA: A head-scratching player.
That left the Mets with the easy option of placing Tejada on the disabled list, where he could stay for two weeks. Once Tejada begins a rehab assignment, the Mets will have 20 days in which to activate him. That’s nearly five Tejada-free weeks.
Tejada ran a long way for the ball – one of the few bursts of hustle we’ve seen from him – but to risk injury in a blowout game was senseless. Even worse, was he nearly took out left fielder Mike Baxter in a sliding attempt at the ball.
It was the latest in a series of head-scratching plays from Tejada, who had a brain cramp in the sixth when he looked the runner back to third despite a big lead and didn’t get the runner at first.
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Ruben Tejada left Wednesday night’s game with an apparent quadriceps injury according to Terry Collins.
It looked like Tejada slid awkwardly while attempting to catch a foul popup in the ninth inning that Mike Baxter caught for the first out. He gingerly walked back to his position and after making a routine play for the second out of the inning, he was removed from the game and...
Last night New York Mets fans got to rejoice as their team came back to beat the Yankees in novel fashion. Watching the comeback unfold against Mariano Rivera, who continues his farewell tour from ballpark to ballpark, felt somewhat unnatural. Reason being, nothing like that has never happened before. That’s not to say that Mariano has never blown a save against the Mets...
Mets shortstop Ruben Tejada has been placed on the 15-day disabled list with a strained right quadriceps, a day after helping spark a 9-4 win over the Yankees.
Tejada limped off the field with two outs in the bottom of the ninth Thursday after getting hurt chasing a foul fly down the left-field line. He had a leadoff single in a five-run first, but also had a mental lapse in the...
New York Mets' shortstop Ruben Tejada has landed on the disabled list due to a strain in his right quadriceps. MLB.com's Anthony DiComo reports that the Mets made the move early on May 30. Tejada strained the muscles chasing down a popup in the Mets' May 29 game with the New York Yankees.
Tejada said that he felt a pull during that particular play, but it became even...
Potentially lost among the exciting and unlikely 2-1 walk-off victory against the Yankees was the unsightly performance of shortstop Ruben Tejada. His sub-par season has been generally overlooked due to the even more significant woes of slumping power hitter Ike Davis, however with veteran Omar Quintanilla tearing the cover off the ball, the time has come for Tejada to get the hook...
Updated by Joe D. at 10:40 AM
Jon Heyman of CBS Sports reports that Ruben Tejada will be placed on the disabled list with an injured quad.
Omar Quintanilla was pulled from the Las Vegas 51s game last night and was already heading to New York to join the team. The 31 year old infielder was batting .333 with a .419 on-base in 47 games for Triple-A Las Vegas.
Adam Rubin believes the...
Updated by Clayton Collier on 5/30 at 1:45 AM:
The Mets are sending Omar Quintanilla to New York says Andy Martino via Twitter. The 31-year old was pulled from the Las Vegas 51s game tonight following the injury to Ruben Tejada.
I asked Martino whether he believes Tejada will be placed on the disabled list prior to Thursday night’s series finale against the Yankees, to which he...
Sources inside the New York Mets organization revealed yesterday that both Ike Davis and Ruben Tejada were in jeopardy of being demoted to Triple-A Las Vegas if their performance didn’t improve over the course of the remainder of the Subway Series. While Tejada dodged a bullet by straining his hamstring and ending up on the 15-day disabled list, Davis managed to break out of his...
Once the Subway Series rolled around, the New York Mets got on the right track.
Challenged by fed-up manager Terry Collins, slumping infielders Ike Davis and Ruben Tejada sparked a five-run first inning that kept the Mets sailing along in this surprising set with a 9-4 victory over the Yankees on Wednesday night.
Tejada hit a leadoff single, Davis drove in two runs and the fourth...
Challenged by fed-up manager Terry Collins, slumping infielders Ike Davis and Ruben Tejada sparked a five-run first inning that kept the New York Mets sailing along in this surprising Subway Series with a 9-4 victory over the Yankees on Wednesday night.
Tejada hit a leadoff single, Davis drove in two runs and the Mets won with Jeremy Hefner on the mound for the first time all season...
Is this a mirage, are we actually witnessing something special happening with this Mets team. Have they woken up from their hibernation? We know not to expect anything special with this group this season, but what just happened this week, is somewhat confusing. Did it take for the Yankees to come into town for the Mets to finally start playing winning baseball? Was it the aura of...
Ruben Tejada – SS
Daniel Murphy – 2B
David Wright – 3B
Lucas Duda – DH
John Buck – C
Rick Ankiel – CF
Marlon Byrd – RF
Ike Davis – 1B
Mike Baxter – LF
Jeremy Hefner – RHP
The Mets have won three games in a row for the second time this year. New York won three straight from April 6-8. The Mets won their second straight one-run game...
Post Updated by Joe D. At 2:20 PM
Andy Martino of the Daily News was told that the Mets want to resolve the Ike Davis situation before potentially demoting Ruben Tejada. He adds that they could also just send both of them down at once.
Earlier today, WFAN’s Mike Francesa, Ike Davis and Ruben Tejada would have been sent to Triple-A after last night’s game had the Mets lost the...
Prior to tonight’s game, the Mets placed infielder Ruben Tejada on the 15-Day Disabled List with a right quad strain and selected the contract of infielder Omar Quintanilla from Las Vegas (AAA) of the Pacific Coast League. Quintanilla will wear #3 and was hitting .333 (42-126) with 26 runs scored, nine doubles, two triples, two home runs and 18 RBI in 47 games for Las...
1. Fire Dave Hudgens – Call it bad luck, poor execution or just a failed approach, whatever Hudgens is doing or trying to do has been a massive failure. There are no success stories in his wake and too many good hitters with promise that have regressed. Every failed season needs a fall guy, and Hudgens fits the bill quite nicely. Remember when Steve Phillips fired Bob Apodaca and...