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Edgy DC
Jul 24 2005 01:08 PM

  • Steve Trachsel is to make his second start for the Mets' St. Lucie affiliate in the Class A Florida State League on Monday, some four-plus months after undergoing surgery on his back.

  • Kaz Matsui, on the disabled list since June 18 because of a severely bruised left knee, was to begin baserunning drills Saturday as part of his rehab. If his leg responds well, he probably will play in a rehab game in Florida. The club is not about to rush his program or his return.

Jul 25 2005 03:06 PM

Think I saw that Orber MOreno is off the 60 day DL and has been sent to Binghamton to start his rehab.
EDIT: Tried to verify this on the minor league transaction page, but couldn't get the link to open. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Frayed Knot
Jul 25 2005 03:23 PM

[u:3d5e0a6a05]Rehab Thread[/u:3d5e0a6a05]

For players or posters?

Jul 25 2005 03:28 PM

Some days, it just isn't worth gnawing through the restraints.

I think he means player rehab.


SI Metman
Jul 25 2005 06:53 PM

4 IP 1 H 0 ER 0 BB 3 K for Trax against the Tampa MFY.

Jul 25 2005 07:03 PM


Will Carroll is reporting that Kaz Matsui may be done for the season - meaning the Kent & Soriano rumours might have turned up a notch.

Edgy DC
Jul 25 2005 10:38 PM

Login required? No way!

Jul 26 2005 03:17 PM

only gave us the injury spiel today

"The Mets are increasingly pessimistic about the return of Kaz Matsui this season. Knee problems still have the 2B hobbled, keeping him from doing more than light jogging at this stage. The best case scenario is now becoming a return to the bench sometime in September, forcing the Mets to stay with Miguel Cairo at second. The Mets will likely move Matsui in the off-season, with some rumors saying that Matsui is contemplating a return to Japan."

Yancy Street Gang
Jul 26 2005 03:21 PM
Re: caroll

duan wrote:
"The Mets are increasingly pessimistic...

I wonder how much they really care.

Johnny Dickshot
Jul 26 2005 03:24 PM

Not for nothing, but you needn't be logged onto a pay website to acquire that news.

Jul 26 2005 04:02 PM
Re: caroll

Yancy Street Gang wrote:
="duan"]"The Mets are increasingly pessimistic...

I wonder how much they really care.

Especially if they are being paid by insurance for time spent on the DL.

Frayed Knot
Jul 26 2005 10:34 PM

I'm not so sure they have insurance on Matsui.
Policies like that aren't automatic, they're quite expensive and hard to secure.

Trax to make a AA start sometime this weekend.

Johnny Dickshot
Jul 30 2005 07:39 PM

Kazzy in the Gulf Coast League has a HR last night and a single today.

Frayed Knot
Jul 30 2005 10:55 PM

Trax threw 5 IPs and about 70 pitches at Bingo today.
Maybe just one more rehab start.

Jul 31 2005 10:33 AM

Then what's the rotation, and who do we deal?

Jul 31 2005 10:34 AM

Just wondering...the Mets can't deal Trax (assuming they wanted to) because he's on the DL, right? But could they offer a player to be named later in a deal, and have it be Trax?

Jul 31 2005 11:07 AM

Yes Mole.
That's the way teams can get around the "can't trade a player on the DL" rule.


Rockin' Doc
Jul 31 2005 06:23 PM

Keep Trachsel, trade Ishii.