New York Post "Jerry Blevins was optimistic, if not realistic. Blevins, the Mets lefty specialist who was perfect in relief earlier this season before suffering a fractured left arm from a batted ball and then fracturing the arm again in a slip and fall, said he intends to rehab as if he would pitch in the..." August 15
Mets announce Blevins slipped while stepping off a curb and re-fractured his forearm. Surgery next week in Boston. Unlikely to return.
Amazin' Avenue "Shortly after Jerry Blevins left the game after being struck on the left forearm by a line drive, the Mets announced that the relief pitcher's forearm was fractured on the play. That's bad news for the Mets, as Blevins has looked excellent in the early going for them, often pitching in high..." April 19
Hardball Talk "Apparently the Mets were in the market for more than one left-handed reliever, because a few hours after acquiring lefty Alex Torres from the Padres they’ve picked up lefty Jerry Blevins from the Nationals in exchange for outfielder Matt den Dekker. Blevins spent one season in Washington after..." March 30
Jerry Blevins won his arbitration hearing against the Nats. He had asked for $2.4M and Nats had offered $2.2M.