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Beltran's knee acting up again

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08:45 AM ET 09.29 | Mets fans have seen it before. Carlos Beltran left Tuesday night's game after the fifth inning with what the Mets said was "discomfort" in his surgically repaired right knee, but the center fielder admitted after the game that he felt "pain" in the knee. Beltran will undergo an MRI at the Hospital for Special Surgery Wednesday. Tuesday night marked the first problem he's had in that knee since returning in July after the All-Star break following January surgery.

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Carlos Beltran , AP Carlos Beltran , AP
September 29, 2010  08:48 AM ET

There are only a handful of games left and the Mets aren't going to be in the postseason. This won't be news unless it spills over into next season.

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September 29, 2010  08:50 AM ET

Awesome....he's almost gone from NY anyhow.

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September 29, 2010  09:33 AM ET

Post surgery pain...not really news. But always nice to take a few swipes at mets management.

September 29, 2010  09:56 AM ET

This is what the Mets get for throwing millions of dollars and a long-term contract at a guy who had ONE GOOD POST SEASON. He was a flash in the pan. And they did it again with Bay. Ugh.

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September 29, 2010  10:16 AM ET
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boy..this guy's body has broken down pretty quickly...makes you wonder if it was due to the use of some foreign substances...things that make you go hmmmm.

Beltan is a grade a ****

September 29, 2010  10:17 AM ET
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Taking swipes at the Mets in this day and age is like punchin' a kid in a wheelchair......

Whew...I was starting to think I was the only person who enjoys passing the time doing that...welcome to the club....

Rule #1...we don't talk about hitting wheelchair kids

September 29, 2010  10:21 AM ET
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Whew...I was starting to think I was the only person who enjoys passing the time doing that...welcome to the club....Rule #1...we don't talk about hitting wheelchair kids

What about hitting kids with wheelchairs?

September 29, 2010  10:26 AM ET
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What about hitting kids with wheelchairs?

Yea....I found this brochure stapled to a telephone pole and thought I would check it out

September 29, 2010  10:37 AM ET

Their biggest mistake...promoting Jerry to manage the ball club. He is the worst. As is Minaya for his signings.

September 29, 2010  10:52 AM ET
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Their biggest mistake...promoting Jerry to manage the ball club. He is the worst. As is Minaya for his signings.

so then we are blaming the owners, check.

September 29, 2010  11:51 AM ET

Mets are in total disarray. They are cursed.

September 29, 2010  12:19 PM ET

clean house regardless who has to leave this unlucky team!!!!

September 29, 2010  12:20 PM ET

pg. 2

September 29, 2010  12:27 PM ET

this franchise needs to learn from the so bad mistakes through all thisd many years, the mets should change their approach when it has to make deals, deals should be make by two years deal and no more than two, if a player happen to get injury things don't have to get out of reach knowing that those players have been signed for two years only!!!!!

September 29, 2010  12:58 PM ET
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boy..this guy's body has broken down pretty quickly...makes you wonder if it was due to the use of some foreign substances...things that make you go hmmmm.

Hmmmm, indeed!!!

 
September 29, 2010  04:49 PM ET

I guess I didn't realize he had made it back from his knee surgery.

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