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The Mets placed Jake Marisnick (hamstring) on the 10-day injured list, ending his season.
Marisnick was acquired from the Astros prior to the 2020 season in exchange for two pitching prospects, one of which was Blake Taylor (2.41 ERA for Houston). Marisnick wound up playing in just 16 games this season, batting .333 with a .959 OPS. He can become a free agent this offseason.
Jake Marisnick was activated from the injured list after sitting out for a month with a hamstring injury.
The outfielder is starting Game 1 of the Mets doubleheader against the Yankees and batting eighth against LHP Jordan Montgomery. He's coming back at the right time with as the Mets are playing catch up with their schedule, they have two doubleheaders over the next three days.
The Mets have placed OF Jake Marisnick on the injured list due to a left hamstring strain.
Marisnick has battled hamstring issues the last few days and was it serious enough to warrant a trip to the injured list. There is no timetable for his return. Ryan Cordell was recalled in a corresponding move.
OF Jake Marisnick is dealing with hamstring tightness, but was out Monday afternoon doing baseball drills.
Marisnick is questionable for Opening Day and is considered day-to-day. “He is dealing with a “little bit of (left) hamstring tightness,” said Mets manager Luis Rojas. Marisnick is expected come off the bench for the Mets and pinch hit against lefties.
Mets outfielder Jake Marisnick went 1-for-2 with a triple and a run scored in Monday's matchup with the Miami Marlins.
Marisnick is batting .211 this Spring, which is about in line with his career numbers. He will likely serve as New York's fourth outfielder and defensive replacement and has little fantasy value unless the Mets suffer a number of significant injuries to their other outfielders.