JENRRY MEJIA RUMORS & GOSSIP
Mejia looked sharp last night, hitting 96 MPH.
Last Night’s Quick Scores
Las Vegas got blanked by Iowa, 4-0.
Binghamton was shutout by New Britain, 1-0.
Savannah slid by Augusta, 3-1.
St. Lucie defeated Dunedin, 8-5.
Jenrry Mejia made his second rehab start last night in St. Lucie and impressed with eight strikeouts over five innings. We were all curious as...
The Mets obviously have a lot of problems—pick your favorite.
You can pick from the struggles of Ike Davis, Lucas Duda, Ruben Tejada, the whole mess of an outfield, the bullpen, etc.
And of course, you can look at the rotation (sans Matt Harvey) for a lion’s share of the blame. I don’t need to rehash the struggles of the back-end of the staff.
That being said, the Mets are...
Last Night’s Quick Scores
Las Vegas defeated Omaha, 7-3.
Binghamton took down Portland, 6-3.
St. Lucie was edged by Bradenton, 5-4.
Savannah was one-hit by Augusta, 11-0.
Jenrry Mejia made his first “real” rehab start in St. Lucie last night where he lasted three innings. He threw only 61 pitches, and threw 41 of them for strikes, which was a good sign...
Jenrry Mejia will be idle for another two weeks before being allowed to resume throwing a baseball.
Mejia was diagnosed with forearm tendinitis, the Mets announced. He was examined by team doctors in New York.
Pitching coach Dan Warthen had thought Mejia had discovered his cutter during a March 11 appearance against the Detroit Tigers, but Mejia has been unable to pitch since.
According to Jorge Castillo of The Star Ledger, Jenrry Mejia, who has not pitched since March 11 due to what the Mets first labeled forearm tendinitis, has been shutdown for at least six weeks due to inflammation in his elbow.
“I feel a little pain, not much,” Mejia said in Spanish. “But sometimes a little pain turns into a lot so you don’t want to force anything. It’s...
According to Jorge Castillo of The Star Ledger, Jenrry Mejia, who has not pitched since March 11 due to what the Mets first labeled forearm tendinitis, has been shutdown for at least six weeks.
“I feel a little pain, not much,” Mejia said in Spanish. “But sometimes a little pain turns into a lot so you don’t want to force anything. It’s better to not force anything to...
Last week Mets fans saw something scary: Jenrry Mejia made his first spring-training appearance. The outing was less than ideal. In only one inning of work, Mejia gave up five runs total — four of them coming from a grand slam by Casey Kotchman. Mejia’s performance has come as a bit of a shock. The Dominican right-hander has been on the radar for a while as a Mets top prospect...
This from Adam Rubin of ESPN New York:
Jenrry Mejia has a fourth option the Mets can use in 2013. So the right-hander does not necessarily have to make the major league ballclub out of spring training.
Assuming the Mets sign a veteran starting pitcher to round out the rotation, Mejia logically would compete for a bullpen spot. But, like with Jeurys Familia, Mejia can be sent to...
When people talk about the future of the Mets’ rotation, they always talk about Matt Harvey and Zack Wheeler, as well they should. If he isn’t included in a trade, Jonathon Niese will be there, too. I’ve heard some mention Dillon Gee and while I’m still a bit skeptical about that one, after the half season he had in 2012, I won’t dismiss the possibility. Minor league...
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Don’t rush Harvey! Don’t rush Wheeler! That’s all we keep hearing from EVERYONE. But what about the guy who was close to the top of everyone’s list last year as far as Mets prospects go? Jenrry Mejia.
Jenrry Mejia underwent Tommy John surgery 12 months ago and has been rehabbing in the minor leagues so far this season. His numbers have looked pretty good overall...