|2013 Season (CBSSports.com)||200.00||7.00||.270||31.00||31.00||2.00|
|Games Played By Position|
|05/21/2013||Jason Kipnis, 2B CLE||Travis d'Arnaud, C NYM|
Xander Bogaerts, SS BOS
|05/21/2013||Andrew McCutchen, CF PIT|
John Buck, C NYM
Aroldis Chapman, RP CIN
Ben Revere, CF PHI
|C.J. Wilson, SP LAA|
Adam Eaton, LF ARI
Travis d'Arnaud, C NYM
Alejandro De Aza, CF CHW
|05/21/2013||Travis d'Arnaud, C NYM|
Chris Tillman, SP BAL
|Jose Altuve, 2B HOU|
|Last 10 Games|
|Travis d'Arnaud has timetable in place|
|by Jeff Lippman | CBSSports.com|
(5/18/13) Mets general manager Sandy Alderson confirmed Friday that injured catcher Travis d'Arnaud (foot) should begin playing in minor league games by the end of June, Newsday reports.
The 24-year-old remains in a walking boot after he suffered a non-displaced fracture in his left foot during a game in the middle of April with Las Vegas. The Mets will move him along slowly.
|No clearance for Travis d'Arnaud yet|
|by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com|
(5/17/13) Mets catcher Travis d'Arnaud saw a specialist Friday and was not cleared to resume baseball activities as the team hoped. He has been out since April 17 when he suffered a fracture in his right foot while playing for Triple-A Las Vegas.
He will have to stay off his fractured foot for at least two more weeks, according to the Star-Ledger. He will need to be re-examined in two weeks to determine when he will be able to begin ramping up baseball activities and begin his rehab assignment.
|Travis d'Arnaud to be re-evaluated Thursday |
|by Adam Moore | CBSSports.com|
(5/13/13) Mets catcher Travis d'Arnaud is scheduled to fly to New York to have his broken right foot examined Thursday, the Daily News reports. The team is hoping d'Arnaud will be cleared to ditch his walking boot and start a rehab assignment after his checkup.
He entered the season as the No. 23 prospect in baseball according to Baseball America, but fractured a bone in his right foot back in April.
|Travis d'Arnaud to be re-examined May 17|
|by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com|
(5/9/13) Mets catcher Travis d'Arnaud will have his broken foot re-examined May 17.
He could begin a rehab assignment shortly after that date based on how well his exam goes. The initial diagnosis had d'Arnaud out until June, which still seems like the most likely scenario.
|No surgery good news for Travis d'Arnaud|
|by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com|
(4/19/13) Mets prospect Travis d'Arnaud will not require surgery on a broken bone in his foot, but he is still expected to miss up to eight weeks while recovering. The team's top return in the R.A. Dickey trade this offseason appears to have avoided a worst-case scenario, after fracturing the first metatarsal in his left foot after being hit by a foul ball.
"Anytime they say it's six-to-eight weeks, it could be sooner," manager Terry Collins told the New York Post. "It could be four; but even if it is, he’s not going to play for another two or three weeks, so I just said eight."
d'Arnaud entered the season as the No. 23 prospect in baseball according to Baseball America, and he was putting up a .901 on-base plus slugging percentage at Triple-A Las Vegas.
|You know how every June or so, that one prospect arrives with such a bang that the owner who had the foresight to stash him at the beginning of the season almost has an unfair advantage the rest of the way? For most of 2012, Travis d'Arnaud looked like he'd be that guy ... well, the one who came after Mike Trout and Bryce Harper anyway. He was hitting over .300 with an OPS over .900 -- achieving those marks for a second straight step up the organizational ladder -- and his 16 home runs ranked third in the Pacific Coast League. That was in June. Unfortunately, the month ended not with a promotion, but with a torn posterior cruciate ligament in his left knee, sidelining him for the rest of the season. Talk about a missed opportunity. Fortunately, the next one should be in short order with his new team, the Mets. As the prize of the R.A. Dickey deal, d'Arnaud will get an opportunity to start behind the plate at some point in 2013. The only question is whether or not it'll be on opening day. His only real competition for the job is John Buck , who has hit .213 over the last two seasons. Still, if the rebuilding Mets want to delay d'Arnaud's arbitration clock, they might send him to the minors for the first couple months. Clearly, the 24-year-old has nothing more to learn there. He's on the verge of becoming the next great catcher in Fantasy, whether in April or June. If you want to be the owner who had the foresight to stash him, you better target him late in mixed-league drafts. (Updated 1/4/13)|
|Upcoming 7 Games|
|5/22/13||CIN||1:10 pm||Mat Latos|
|5/24/13||ATL||7:10 pm||Kris Medlen|
|5/25/13||ATL||7:15 pm||Mike Minor|
|5/26/13||ATL||8:05 pm||Julio Teheran|
|5/27/13||NYY||7:10 pm||Hiroki Kuroda|
|5/28/13||NYY||7:10 pm||Vidal Nuno|
|5/29/13||@ NYY||7:05 pm||David Phelps|