Once again it’s time to grab a cup of coffee, kick your feet up, and get your morning dose of Mets in the Papers.
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Bart Hubbuch, “No Set Date For Wagner’s Return”
The only firm dates on Wagner’s schedule were more rehab assignments yesterday and tomorrow in Florida, which would be the sixth and seventh such appearances since his comeback from Tommy John elbow surgery 11 months ago.
Bart Hubbuch, “Delgado, Wright Injuries Overshadow Rare Mets ‘W’”
David Lennon, “Perez Regresses, But Mets End Bad Trip With Win”
Perez had allowed six hits and six walks in 51/3 innings, but somehow limited Arizona to a single run. Overall, it was a disappointment, especially coming off what was considered his best start of the season last Friday in San Diego.
David Lennon, “Delgado Delayed Two Weeks By Strained Right Oblique”
Delgado is expected to need at least two weeks before he can resume baseball activity, and with only seven weeks left in the season, any return this year is now in serious jeopardy.
Adam Rubin, “Tigers & Twins To Visit Citi in 2010″
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It took some trial and error â€” more errors than trials, to be sure â€” but the Mets may have discovered a way to make the final seven weeks of their season relevant. If they can somehow trick themselves into thinking that the last game of a series is actually the first, they will not have to worry about avoiding sweeps.
Ben Shpigel, “Mets’ Wagner Nearly Back; Delgado Isn’t”
Barring a setback in his next two minor league appearances, Wagner, the left-handed relief pitcher, is expected to join the Mets for Sundayâ€™s game against San Francisco at Citi Field.
David Waldstein, “Safer Batting Helmet Draws Resistance From Some Players”
â€œNo, I am absolutely not wearing that,â€ Mets right fielder Jeff Francoeur said with a laugh after seeing a prototype, as if he were being asked to put a pumpkin on his head. â€œI could care less what they say, Iâ€™m not wearing it. Thereâ€™s got to be a way to have a more protective helmet without all that padding. Itâ€™s brutal. Weâ€™re going to look like a bunch of clowns out there.â€
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