MLB – Mets Bill Wagner is out of season
The 37-year pitcher Bill Wagner is possibly out of the baseball season after detoxification for treatment of several months due to an elbow injury that was bothering him for some time. However, after he tried to climb Simulation game last Sunday, Wagner decided his pain was too strong to continue and therefore the specialists sent Wagner to an MRI. The results showed a torn ligament in his elbow and a torn flexor pronator in his forearm.
Wagner will require surgery and take more than a year to recover. This news was like budket cold water for general manager Omar Minaya, who expressed concern regarding the health of Wagner and his decision to replace him.
Mets preparing to play without Wagner, who was a key pitcher for the team more. "It is a fact that I did not expect to spend a lot of dollars, especially for a new addition. That said, everything that makes us to find other ways to make an adjustment. We may have to consider several options – indoors, outdoors and will challenge. Really We are thinking outside the box, "Minaya said during a conference on the subject.
Wagner was injured before I had a 4-year contract 43 million U.S. dollars with the Mets, which also includes a choice of 8 million U.S. dollars when the team contract expires in 2010. Wagner knows that the Mets will not wait for him and that is very obvious, Mets need a high fence and know that there is not even next year. However, support for the family that has become his biggest challenge in his career as a pitcher and is very difficult.
Wagner knows there is a long way to go, but he is confident he will return to complete his 420 saves and a World Series. Not only did his Surgery is a challenge, but his age and his confrontation with the reality that the younger players and good come to compete against him.
1993 was the first year of Wagner's career when he was drafted by the Houston Astros. But his first appearance was not until 1995 against the Mets. After the great success with many stops and exits Astros strike in almost 9 years, Wagner was traded to the Phillies in 2004.
In November 2005, signed a 4 year contract with the Mets 43 million dollars. So far, Wagner's best season was in 2003 when he reached career highs in saving 44, 86 innings, 78 games and struck out 105.
As the People look through his career of 14 years of professional experience in baseball, you see that is an amazing Baseball Player and a good man to be overcome his Tommy John surgery – as it is called – and return to achieve their retirement goals and the way you always dreamed of.
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