Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Mets Morning News: Reyes Returns, Ike's Running, Anti-Bullying Campaign

My apologies for not posting anything the past few days. Hurricane Irene wreaked havoc on my power lines.

Jose Reyes was activated prior to game two of yesterday's double header against the Marlins. He went 1-4 at the plate with an error.

Ike Davis has been running in Arizona. Sandy Alderson reported that he ran  with "few problems," or in other words without pain. The Mets and Davis are still on track to make their decision as to whether or not Davis will undergo surgery.
"We'll make a decision before Labor Day, but no decision has been made," Alderson said. "The last few days have been encouraging, but we have to see what happens."
The Mets announced on Monday that they will begin an anti-bullying public service awareness campaign. The PSA's began airing Monday at Citi Field and during the games on SNY. Some of the players involved are Jason Bay, Chris Capuano, R.A. Dickey, Daniel Murphy, and David Wright.

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