Mets not giving up on seeing Jed Lowrie this seasonI want to know who this Lowrie is that they speak of...
From the NY POST.
Read more here.Lowrie is still trying to get to Queens, even if it has taken him longer than anyone could’ve anticipated, as the Mets’ postseason play hopes fade amid a six-game home losing streak. Thursday night, the 35-year-old Lowrie took a big step in his latest comeback attempt, playing back-to-back games for the first time since he began his latest rehabilitation assignment on Aug. 20 with Single-A Port St. Lucie.“He’s healthy, he’s feeling good at this point,” manager Mickey Callaway said before the Mets were swept by the Cubs, 4-1, at Citi Field to fall five games out of the second wild-card spot. “His at-bats have been competitive. He feels like he’s in a good spot, where he should be at this point in his rehab.”
He's been out all year. Who care's of he comes back this season? He's not a difference maker. What do you do if he comes back? Release Frazier?
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