Juan Uribe still unable to do physical activity.
#Mets now worried Juan Uribe may not be ready for the NLDS. He aggravated a chest injury last night; was to be key member of playoff bench.
Hardball Talk "Juan Uribe was hurt in last night’s Yankees-Mets game when hit the ground hard while diving to stop a Brett Gardner ground ball in the third inning. He remained in the game for a while, but left two innings later with what the Mets described as a chest contusion. X-rays were negative but he’s..." September 21
ESPN New York "The only hit Matt Harvey allowed Sunday night cost the New York Mets a player, and it's not yet clear how long Juan Uribe will be out. Uribe hit the ground hard while diving to stop Brett Gardner's ground ball, in the third inning of what became an 11-2 Mets loss to the New York Yankees. While..." September 21
Larry Brown Sports "While the NFL season kicked off with Thursday night’s game between the Steelers and Patriots, Sunday marked the full slate of games. For much of the country it was a day to rejoice. For Juan Uribe, however, it was not. As Uribe entered the Mets clubhouse, he was welcomed by football on the..." September 14
The Score "Two players on a journey, Juan Uribe and Kelly Johnson became the most important players on the New York Mets overnight. When the Mets acquired the duo from division rival Atlanta, it was by no means groundbreaking. There was no big splash, and it wasn't the move of the deadline. But it was..." July 25
New York Post "In an attempt to deepen their lineup choices, the Mets acquired Juan Uribe and Kelly Johnson from the Braves on Friday for minor league pitchers John Gant and Rob Whalen. So, the Mets were able to find useful bats that will give manager Terry Collins more options for his batting order and..." July 25
Sporting News "On Wednesday, the Braves and Dodgers finalized a six-player trade headlined by infielders Alberto Callaspo and Juan Uribe. The Dodgers get Callaspo and pitchers Ian Thomas, Juan Jaime and Eric Stults in exchange for Uribe and pitcher Chris Withrow. Uribe was asked about what it felt like to..." May 28
SI "The Atlanta Braves have traded Alberto Callaspo and at least one pitcher to the Los Angeles Dodgers in exchange for Juan Uribe as part of a 6-player deal, according to a Fox Sports report. The trade, which was "off" as of Tuesday afternoon, ends suspicion that Atlanta would soon designate..." May 27
Hardball Talk "Juan Uribe left last night’s game with a strained hamstring and the Dodgers have placed the third baseman on the disabled list. To replace him on the roster they called up Erisbel Arruebarrena, a Triple-A shortstop who was signed out of Cuba for $25 million this offseason. Arruebarrena is a..." May 22
MLB.com "The Dodgers on Wednesday placed infielder Juan Uribe on the 15-day disabled list with a strained right hamstring and promoted Cuban infielder Erisbel Arruebarrena from Double-A Chattanooga. Also, reliever Chris Withrow was optioned to Triple-A Albuquerque to make room for the activation of..." May 21
Sources: Uribe to return to #Dodgers for two years.
Ned Colletti said he has made a few different offers to Juan Uribe, hasn't had much dialogue lately because they're waiting for his answer
#dodgers have interest in juan uribe. But so far he seeks a 3-yr deal. Even in thin 3B market, that's probably a stretch.
Los Angeles Times "What happened at Dodger Stadium on Monday night was as remarkable as any throw made by Yasiel Puig this season or any line drive hit by Hanley Ramirez. Juan Uribe took a curtain call. After Uribe hit his career-high third home run in the Dodgers' 8-1 victory over the Arizona Diamondbacks the..." September 10
dodgers plan until Hanley gets back is Cruz at SS, Uribe at 3B. Uribe's had nice spring. big comeback.
Los Angeles Times "Juan Uribe will play first base Monday, as the Dodgers look at him as a potential backup for Adrian Gonzalez. Uribe, 33, has played in 1,399 games over a dozen major league seasons and has never played first base. “But, as you know, one has to do what they’re told,” he said. Particularly..." February 25