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New York Mets manager Willie Randolph said on Saturday Floyd is "not even close to playing." The team is considering shutting him down for a while in hopes of saving his season. He was placed on the 15-day disabled list on Wednesday.
Floyd got some treatment for his tender Achilles' tendon and is day to day. Manager Willie Randolph doesn't think Floyd will have to go on the DL.
Floyd still felt some tenderness in his Achilles' tendon and did not start Sunday's game. He hopes to be ready by Tuesday when the Mets open up a three-game set with the San Diego Padres.
Floyd was held out of the lineup Sunday with a sore left Achilles'. Chris Woodward replaced Floyd in the Mets' lineup. Floyd, who returned from the disabled list with a sprained left ankle on June 30, is listed as day to day with the sore Achilles'. The Mets are off Monday before opening a series at Florida on Tuesday.
Floyd and teammate Carlos Beltran each hit grand slams, and David Wright smacked a two-run shot as the Mets totaled 11 runs in the sixth inning of a 13-7 win over the Chicago Cubs on Sunday. "It was just amazing to keep going like that," Floyd said. "You never think you're going to score 11 runs in one inning."
The Mets on Friday activated Floyd from the 15-day disabled list and optioned outfielder Lastings Milledge to Triple-A Norfolk. Floyd, who was placed on the DL on June 10 with a sprained left ankle, started and batted fifth against the New York Yankees.
Floyd, who is receiving treatment for a muscle strain in his left rib cage, sat out losses to Atlanta Tuesday and Wednesday. The Mets' outfielder was injured Monday night but hopes to return when New York opens a four-game series in San Diego Thursday.
Floyd, who has been tested for possible kidney malfunction, said he has been cleared to return to practice. The Mets' outfielder was being tested after his kidney function was down markedly, but he said it's a situation that can be treated with medication and won't put him out of action. Floyd said an exam by Dr. Zeidy Roche showed his kidneys' efficiency at 65 percent, a marked improvement after a team physical showed only 48 percent efficiency.
Floyd has undergone tests on his kidneys after abnormalities were found in his urine. There is a history of kidney problems in the family of the Mets' outfielder, so team officials are taking the results of a recent urine sample seriously. The Mets await the findings of an ultrasound conducted by a nephrologist to gauge his kidney function.
Cliff Floyd's third-inning home run off of Tim Hudson in the Mets' Saturday loss to the Braves was his 31st of the season, tying his career high. Floyd also hit 31 homers in 2001, when he was with the Florida Marlins.
Nursing a sore left hamstring, Floyd sat out the Mets' win over the Cardinals Sunday as well as their series opener with the Nationals on Tuesday. It was thought that Floyd would be ready to return to left field against Washington Tuesday, but he still felt some tightness in the hammy before the game. He remains day-to-day.
Floyd is nursing a sore left hamstring, so the left fielder sat out the Mets' 7-2 win over the Cardinals on Sunday. Saying the injury feels more like a cramp, Floyd said he expects to play on Tuesday, when the Mets open a series at home against the Washington Nationals. He is batting .275 with 29 home runs and 85 RBI this season.
Floyd is nursing a sore right hamstring, so the Mets decided to hold him out of the lineup for Sunday's matchup with the Florida Marlins. The veteran outfield did not seem overly concerned about the ailment, and said he plans to return to action on Monday. Chris Woodward handled the left-field duties for the Mets in Floyd's absence.
Homering for a second night in a row on Saturday, Floyd delivered two longballs and four RBI in the New York Mets' 10-3 romp over the New York Yankees. With his pair of two-run homers, the Mets' left fielder has stroked five round-trippers in his last six contests. He also has a seven-game hitting streak in which he is batting .346 with eight runs scored and eight RBI.
Floyd notched the 11th multihomer game of his major league career, going 3-for-4 with two homers, four RBI, three runs scored and a walk in the second game of Sunday's doubleheader against the San Francisco Giants. The Mets' outfielder has hit safely in eight of his last nine games, going 12-for-36 (.333) with five doubles, two home runs, nine RBI and a stolen base over that span.
Floyd went 2-for-3 with a solo home run in Tuesday's loss to the Philadelphia Phillies, extending his hitting streak to a career-high 19 games -- the longest streak in the major leagues this season. The Mets' outfielder has hit safely in all but one of his 22 contests this season.
For the year, Floyd is batting .386 with seven home runs, 23 RBI and three stolen bases. As long as he can stay healthy, the injury prone Floyd is a solid fantasy option.
Despite missing a week with a strained muscle in his side, Floyd has stayed consistent at the plate all season. The Mets' outfielder has hit safely in 15 of 16 games, including 13 straight. For the year, he is batting .355 with five home runs, 15 RBI and two stolen bases.
Floyd has battled various injuries throughout his career, but when healthy, he has proved that he can produce offensively. Keep him in your lineup.
As he had hoped, Floyd was back in the New York Mets' lineup for Monday's game against the Philadelphia Phillies. The veteran outfielder, who had been sidelined since straining a muscle in his left side while taking swings during batting practice prior to last Wednesday's game against the Houston Astros, went 1-for-4 with a three-run homer in his return.
Floyd has battled various injuries throughout his career, so it's no surprise that he's already missed some time this season. However, when healthy, he has proved that he can produce at the plate. Through eight games, Floyd is batting .313 with three home runs and nine RBI.
Floyd, who has been absent from the New York Mets' lineup for the last week, said he hopes to return to the field for Monday's meeting with the Philadelphia Phillies. The veteran outfielder has been sidelined since straining a muscle in his left side while taking swings during batting practice prior to last Wednesday's game against the Houston Astros.
Floyd continues to be listed as day-to-day. In seven games this season, he is batting .321 with two home runs and six RBI. If Floyd is unable to go, Eric Valent and Victor Diaz will continue to man the two corner-outfield spots for the Mets.
Floyd strained a muscle in his left side while taking swings during batting practice prior to Wednesday's game against the Houston Astros. The injury is considered minor, but primarily due to the cold conditions in New York, the outfielder was held out of the lineup as a precautionary measure. In his absence, Eric Valent got the start in left field, while Victor Diaz handled the right-field duties. Floyd will be re-evaluated on Thursday to determine his availability.
Floyd said he hopes to be back in action Thursday night, so for now, consider him as day-to-day. In seven games this season, he is batting .321 with two home runs and six RBI.