The lack of a long-term agreement is not surprising considering Jason Pierre-Paul’s status has been uncertain since he was hurt in a fireworks accident July 4.
During this informative segment we learned something about chest cartilage and a lot about Al’s fragility.
According to WFAN and NFL Media’s Kim Jones, Giants star defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul has been released from the hospital.
David Wright’s timetable remains as murky as ever. Mets GM Sandy Alderson says there’s been “no change” to the injured captain’s status, despite recent optimism.
For now, just hope he can leave the hospital in the healthiest shape possible because, when it comes down to it, we’re dealing with a human being.
Mets pitcher Steven Matz has a partially torn muscle in his upper back that will sideline the impressive rookie at least a month — probably longer.
The amputation could hasten his return from a fireworks accident, and it seems there’s a chance the Giants’ two-time Pro Bowler will be ready to play Week 1 in Dallas.
The first-place Yankees are about to get a pair of important players back at once.
The ankle is a terrible limb to injure. It could never be the same.
The Giants star underwent tests on one finger for nerve damage, “and doctors believe there will be no permanent damage or disfigurement of his hands,” ESPN reported.
In a shocking start to the week, the world’s top golfer posted a photo on Instagram showing him on crutches with a walking boot on his left ankle.
Carlos Beltran has been put on the 15-day disabled list by the New York Yankees because of a strained left oblique muscle.
Joe Girardi said Ellsbury, who has been on the shelf since May 20 with a sprained knee, could still return for this weekend’s series against Tampa Bay.
On the night Daniel Murphy returned to the lineup, the Mets’ faltering offense might have lost another bat.
Infielder Brendan Ryan has been put on the 15-day disabled list by the New York Yankees because of a strained upper back.