MLB.com "Mets reliever Jenrry Mejia has been suspended 162 games for testing positive a second time for a performance-enhancing substance, Major League Baseball announced Tuesday. Mejia's suspension is effective immediately. Mejia, 25, had not allowed a run in 7 1/3 innings this season. He missed most..." July 29
Mets RHP Jenrry Mejia suspended 162 games without pay after testing positive for performance-enhancing substances, effective immediately.
Hardball Talk "Mets reliever Jenrry Mejia has returned to the team after serving an 80-game suspension for PED use. Buddy Carlyle has been transferred to the 60-day disabled list to clear a spot on the 40-man roster for Mejia. Logan Verrett has been optioned to Triple-A Las Vegas to make room for Mejia on the..." July 08
Newark Star-Ledger "On Tuesday, the Mets expect the return of Jenrry Mejia. Their erstwhile closer is scheduled to return to the roster after serving out his 80 game suspension for testing positive for Stanozolol, a performance enhancing drug. The Mets, it seems, are ready to welcome him back after expressing some..." July 05
New York Daily News "Back in April, when then-closer Jenrry Mejia was dealt an 80-game suspension after a positive test for a performance-enhancing drug, Mets general manager Sandy Alderson suggested there might be no place for him on the roster when it ends. To hear manager Terry Collins lay it out on Tuesday, not..." June 17
New York Post "Jenrry Mejia is hurting, but not down for the count. The Mets closer received relatively good news Tuesday, when an MRI exam on his right elbow showed significant swelling in the triceps, but no structural damage, according to a baseball source. Mejia was expected to receive a cortisone shot..." April 07
New York Post "Josh Edgin. Zack Wheeler. Vic Black. Bobby Parnell. All four pitchers are on the disabled list for the Mets. And now there is fear over the health of Jenrry Mejia. “We’re wearing out that MRI machine,” general manager Sandy Alderson said Monday after the Mets’ 3-1 season-opening victory over the..." April 07
Mejia heading to Nyc in morning for MRI #Mets
ESPN New York "A relatively favorable diagnosis still landed New York Mets closer Jenrry Mejia on the disabled list Tuesday. Mejia experienced stiffness and pain in his right elbow and was unable to enter Monday's 3-1 win against the Washington Nationals. He was dispatched to New York on Tuesday. MRI,..." April 07
Jenrry mejia settles with mets at $2.595M. Above midpoint.
New York Daily News "Jenrry Mejia is ready for whatever the Mets ask of him in 2015. Already working out after September surgery to repair a sports hernia, the Mets closer in 2014 was not upset about Terry Collins saying that the role of closer is Bobby Parnell's job going into 2015. "Whatever job they giving to..." December 17
Newark Star-Ledger "Jenrry Mejia, the Mets closer, underwent surgery for a sports hernia today in Philadelphia. It went successfully, according to the Mets. Rehab from the surgery will take three weeks. Mejia finished his first season as the Mets closer, saving 28 games and posting a 2.72 ERA after being placed..." October 02
Jenrry Mejia will close tonight, but not naming him the closer. Will choose best candidate each day.
Mets send Jenrry Mejia to the bullpen starting tonight. Rafael Montero starts Wed. Jacob deGrom will be on standby for next few days for pen
New York Post "The blister that knocked Jenrry Mejia out of his last start didn’t slow him down any more than St. Louis did on Monday night. Sure, the Mets offense went into hiding again, fitting considering the new camouflage tops they donned. But Mejia was so good, it didn’t matter. He smothered the..." April 22
Jenrry Mejia says his bullpen session went fine and he is set for Monday's start. Had been dealing with blister issue on middle finger.
ESPN "Jenrry Mejia’s final bid for a rotation spot ended with a knockout Friday night at Olympic Stadium. Toronto Blue Jays second baseman Ryan Goins’ liner struck Mejia in the right forearm to open the bottom of the fifth inning. After a visit from Terry Collins and trainer Ray Ramirez, Mejia..." March 29
Jenrry Mejia is done for the season with #Mets. Surgery to remove bone spurs in next 7-10 days.
New York Post "Jenrry Mejia’s chances of pitching again in 2013 appear slim after the Mets yesterday placed the right-hander on the disabled list with elbow discomfort. “It doesn’t look very good” manager Terry Collins said before the Mets’ 4-3 loss to the Padres when asked about Mejia’s possible return this..." August 19
Newark Star-Ledger "In his season debut against the Nationals Jenrry Mejia threw seven scoreless innings. His cutting fastball averaged 93.92-mph according to BrooksBaseball. Against Miami last week the number was 92.73. In the Mets’ 3-2 win over the Rockies Tuesday night it dropped to 91.79. Mejia told..." August 07
ESPN New York "Jenrry Mejia confirmed to ESPNNewYork.com he will need surgery to remove bone spurs from his pitching elbow after the season. Mejia said team doctors recommended having surgery right away after discovering the spurs in May. At the time Mejia was experiencing continued discomfort during a rehab..." July 25
Mejia starting Friday.
New York Post "Jenrry Mejia might have finally rediscovered a lost friend. The Mets right-hander was a late arrival to camp this year and has been limited to two Grapefruit League appearances, but the recent reemergence of his signature pitch, the cutter, is making it a successful spring training for..." March 15
New York Daily News "Righthanded pitcher Jenrry Mejia was scratched from a “B” game Tuesday morning and sent to New York after team doctors found an undisclosed issue in his initial physical. “He’s got a medical issue that’s going to be dealt with here in the next day or so,” Terry Collins said. “I don’t even..." March 06
Bergen Record "Even with his name and age confirmed, Jenrry Mejia’s hardball identity remains defined by a string of question marks. Starter or reliever? Legit prospect or dated heirloom? Someone the Mets can trust or someone they cannot? A few years ago, Mejia – not Matt Harvey, not Zack Wheeler – was the..." February 27
New York Daily News "Jenrry Mejia’s first start was not a smooth one, as the righthander allowed five runs in one inning against Miami on Tuesday, including a Casey Kotchman grand slam. In that inning, Mejia also committed a throwing error, threw 15 of his 30 pitches for strikes and began six of eight at-bats with a..." February 27
New York Post "Jenrry Mejia’s reputation as maybe the Mets’ worst fielding pitcher certainly isn’t going to expedite his arrival to the big leagues. The Mets only needed to watch Juan Pierre’s bunt leading off the game for the Marlins yesterday to be reminded of Mejia’s defensive deficiencies. Mejia promptly..." February 27