Forgot Log-in or  Password? |  Help  Not a member, Register Now!
      
Fantasy Football Today
2013 Draft Prep Guide
Gameday Inactives
Downloadable Draft Kit
Mock Drafts
Get Your Draft Board
Player News
Stats
Players
Depth Charts
Roster Trends
Columns
Injury Report
Projections
Rankings
Red Zone Stats
Teams
Schedules
Scores
Standings
Fantasy Games
Playoff Challenge
Commissioner
Prize Leagues
Free
Office Pool Manager
Game Pick'em
Player Challenge
Fantasy Baseball Today
2014 Draft Prep Guide
Downloadable Draft Kit
Mock Drafts
Player News
Stats
Players
Depth Charts
Roster Trends
Columns
Injury Report
Rankings
Projections
Teams
Schedules
Probable Pitchers
Scores
Standings
Fantasy Games
Commissioner
Free
Prize Leagues
Player News
Stats
Players
Columns
Injuries
Projections
Rankings
Teams
Schedules
Message Boards
Fantasy Games
Commissioner
Free
Player News
Stats
Players
Columns
Injury Report
Projections
Rankings
Teams
Schedules
Mock Drafts
Scores
Standings
Fantasy Games
Commissioner
Free
Prize Leagues
Downloadable Draft Kit
Player News
Stats
Players
Columns
Injury Report
Projections
Rankings
Teams
Schedules
Mock Drafts
Scores
Standings
Fantasy Games
Commissioner
Free
Prize Leagues
No Fantasy Teams Found
 
player photo
 
Luis Mateo SP
Height/Weight: 6-3/185 | Birthdate: 3/22/1990 | Birthplace: Nizao, Peravia, DR | Bats/Throws: R/R | Team: New York | College: None | MLB Experience: Rookie | Owned/Started%: 0/0
NYM

Latest Updates

 

Luis Mateo's season ends with Tommy John surgery


by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com
(6/19/2013) Mets pitching prospect Luis Mateo's season is over, after he underwent Tommy John surgery last week, according to ESPN.com. Mateo appeared in four games between Class A St. Lucie and Double-A Binghamton before suffering from elbow inflammation.

This operation will likely keep the 23-year-old Mateo out until at least next June, an unfortunate outcome for the organization's No. 4 prospect according to Baseball America. He has a 2.55 ERA in 29 appearances in the minors since his professional career began in 2011. 


Luis Mateo activated from minor-league DL


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(5/30/2013) Mets pitching prospect Luis Mateo has been activated from the minor-league disabled list, ESPN New York reports.

Mateo, the Mets' No. 4 prospect per Baseball America, has been out since May 14 with elbow inflammation. He has made two starts this season, pitching 6 2/3 scoreless innings with Class A St. Lucie and allowing four runs in three innings for Double-A Binghamton.


Mets prospect Luis Mateo sidelined


by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com
(4/19/2013) Mets pitching prospect Luis Mateo will be out of action for two weeks with elbow inflammation, according to ESPN.com. Mateo was pulled from his Double-A debut after three-plus innings. Tests appear to show no structural damage in the 23-year-old's elbow, but he will take anti-inflammatory medication while he is sidelined.

Mateo is the organization's No. 4 prospect, according to Baseball America. He grades out with the best slider in the organization, and has posted a sterling 2.34 ERA in 146 innings in the minors.  


Luis Mateo to have elbow examined Thursday


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(4/17/2013) Mets prospect pitcher Luis Mateo is set to have his elbow examined Thursday to determine how severe his injury is, according to ESPNNewYork.com. He left Tuesday's Double-A game in the fourth inning.

Mets still evaluating Luis Mateo's injury


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(4/16/2013) Mets vice president of player development Paul DePodesta said there's no resolution yet on the extent of the elbow/forearm injury suffered by pitching prospect Luis Mateo, according to ESPN. Mateo had to leave a spot start for Double-A Binghamton Monday after three innings.

"He dealt with some soreness in spring training as well and was better after a little rest," DePodesta said.

Mateo is considered the Mets' ninth-best prospect by MLB.com.


Luis Mateo needs to work on the 'little things'


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(4/10/2013) Mets starting pitcher prospect Luis Mateo fired 6 2/3 scoreless innings in his debut for Class A St. Lucie Tuesday. He allowed just two walks and four hits, while striking out nine.

Coming into the season, the knock on Mateo -- who is considered the Mets' ninth-best prospect by MLB.com -- was his changeup was behind his fastball and slider in terms of development. St. Lucie pitching coach Phil Regan strongly disagress, according to MLB.com.

"His changeup is outstanding," Regan said. "His fastball is plus. He has three plus pitches. His slider was almost unhittable (Tuesday). He needs to work on some things, like holding runners and getting signs. You have to do the little things that make a winning pitcher if you're going to stay (in the majors). You can get to the majors just throwing the ball, but to stay, you have to do the little things."