In his career, Ike Davis has played 450 games, starting 404 of them – or 89.8 percent. That number grows lower by the day as the Mets continue to use him in his new role this year as a
There’s a story in the New York Post today in which Ike Davis is quoted as saying that last season, just around the time he was sent down to Triple-A Las Vegas, he was suffering from an oblique injury
Loney is still asking for three years, but is unlikely to get more than two
Andrew Friedman on first base: I wouldn't characterize anything as imminent. I think we’re getting more information that’s helpful in our decision making process.