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The Mets placed Andres Gimenez (oblique) on the 10-day injured list.
Gimenez was dealing with some oblique tightness in the first game of Saturday's doubleheader. The 22-year-old won't play on Sunday. He finishes a fantastic rookie year with a .263/.333/.398 slash line while showing the ability to play great defense at multiple positions. The Mets have a decision to make this offseason in regards to Gimenez, Amed Rosario, and the starting shortstop position.
Andres Gimenez exited the first game of Saturday's doubleheader against the Nationals due to oblique tightness.
That'll likely end his season. Gimenez burst onto the scene this year and eventually beat out Amed Rosario for the everyday shortstop job. With a new owner coming in it'll be interesting to see who has the leg up on the position entering spring training.
Mets infielder Andres Gimenez went 1-for-4 with a solo home run in Wednesday's loss to the Rays. The homer was his third of the season.
Gimenez has proven to be a valuable depth piece for the Mets this season and should enter spring training next season with a utility role that is his to lose.
Mets infielder Andres Gimenez went 2-for-2 with two runs scored, two RBI, a walk, and a stolen base in Saturday's win over the Phillies. The steal was his seventh of the season.
Gimenez continues to carve out semi-regular playing time with the Mets and has been a sneaky source of stolen bases in leagues with daily lineups.
Mets infielder Andres Gimenez went 1-for-4 with a two-run home run in Tuesday's loss to the Baltimore Orioles. The homer was the first of his career.
Gimenez has slowed down a bit after a hot start that saw him steal a lot of bases, but he is back in the lineup on a regular basis now that he is back from the injured list. Through parts of 28 games, Gimenez is batting .258 with 10 runs scored, one home run, four RBI, and six stolen bases.