Terry Collins: Michael Cuddyer got more medication. Doctor said should feel better Friday. So no DL tonight.
Michael Cuddyer says it's a bone bruise below the knee. A DL stint is possible, but it won't be a season ending injury, he says. #Mets
Newark Star-Ledger "Michael Cuddyer is not in the Mets' lineup Friday night against the Cardinals but both he and manager Terry Collins say that his balky left knee is not the cause. Still, Cuddyer admits that his left knee will likely be something to deal with the rest of the season. "More than likely, yeah," he..." July 19
ESPN "Mets outfielder Michael Cuddyer indicated that the left knee issue that has caused him to be in and out of the starting lineup for the past two weeks is a bone bruise underneath the patella. Cuddyer is in the starting lineup for a second straight day on Saturday, as the New York Mets continue a..." July 12
New York Post "Michael Cuddyer returned to the starting lineup earlier this week, but his left knee is still causing problems. The Mets outfielder received a rest on Tuesday, a day after delivering two hits to finally have a semblance of comfort at the plate. Cuddyer returned to the starting lineup on Sunday..." July 08
Mets don't think cuddyer will miss more than a few days. No DL for now.
Michael Cuddyer says he's "definitely concerned" about the knee injury that KO'd him tonight. Waiting on an MRI tomorrow. #Mets
CBS Sports Fantasy News "Mets outfielder Michael Cuddyer was held out of the starting lineup Wednesday against the Padres because of a stiff neck, ESPN reports. Darrell Ceciliani will take his spot at left field and bat sixth. " June 03
Mets label it bruise on left hand. X-rays negative for Michael Cuddyer.
New York Post "Michael Cuddyer might want to save a few for the regular season. The veteran outfielder arrived to the Mets this winter with a track record for hitting home runs, and his start to this Grapefruit League season has only underscored that potential, when healthy. “I feel good,” said Cuddyer,..." March 25
New York Post "One potential free-agent option for the Mets all but disappeared Monday, when Michael Cuddyer received a qualifying offer from the Rockies. The move caught Mets officials, and much of MLB, by surprise. By extending the one-year offer worth $15.3 million, the Rockies would be required to receive..." November 04
New York Daily News "The Mets are highly reluctant to trade any of their young pitchers this winter, despite an urgent need to upgrade the offense. It’s not impossible to imagine Zack Wheeler, Noah Syndergaard, Jacob deGrom and to some extent Rafael Montero playing for different teams next year, but it’s close. So..." October 24
MLB.com "At the start of Spring Training, before the disabled list became the place to find the Rockies' stars, Michael Cuddyer was more than just a fine example of cerebral hitting. His batting practice became team policy. As the rounds go, specific swings are devoted to specific situations. Move a..." August 18
Hardball Talk "Michael Cuddyer is seven weeks into what was supposed to be at least a 6-8 week recovery for a broken left shoulder socket and an MRI exam showed that he’s healing well enough to stop wearing a protective sling. Cuddyer told Patrick Saunders of the Denver Post that he’s aiming to come off the..." July 22
CBS Sports "Cross Colorado Rockies star Michael Cuddyer off the many potential trade-target lists. In an extremely weak market for hitters, Cuddyer's likely unavailability is a big blow to teams that have interest. Cuddyer, a proven veteran hitter whose versatility is a major bonus, was questionable as..." July 10
Hardball Talk "Yesterday the Rockies placed Michael Cuddyer on the disabled list with a left shoulder strain. Turns out it’s more than a strain: Patrick Saunders of the Denver Post reports: . . . an MRI revealed that he has a non-displaced fracture of the glenoid socket in his left shoulder. The glenoid is..." June 10
MLB.com "Michael Cuddyer talked often during the offseason and Spring Training about the Rockies' need to increase their depth and their success in doing so. Cuddyer probably wishes his case wasn't the one that proved his point, but that's the way it is. On April 17, Cuddyer sustained a left..." May 20
MLB.com "Unable to run at close to full effectiveness, the Rockies' Michael Cuddyer accepted placement on the 15-day disabled list Monday because of a strain of the lower left hamstring. The start of Cuddyer's stint is retroactive to Friday, which means he will be eligible to return on May 3. Utility..." April 22
Hardball Talk "Michael Cuddyer injured his left hamstring last Thursday and after sitting out the entire weekend while on the active roster the Rockies have placed him on the disabled list. Cuddyer won the NL batting title by hitting .331 last season and was off to another nice start this year, hitting .317..." April 21
Denver Post "Walt Weiss' focus is on options, not absorbing information entering his second spring in charge. Speaking from Scottsdale, Ariz., Weiss said Wednesday that he's leaning strongly toward hitting all-star Michael Cuddyer second in his lineup and the expected shift of Carlos Gonzalez to center..." February 13
Denver Post "Walt Weiss' focus is on options, not absorbing information entering his second spring in charge. Speaking from Scottsdale, Ariz., Weiss said Wednesday that he's leaning strongly toward hitting all-star Michael Cuddyer second in his lineup and the expected shift of Carlos Gonzalez to center..." February 12
CBS Sports "The Rockies are telling teams that stars Troy Tulowitzki, Carlos Gonzalez and Michael Cuddyer are unavailable in trade, but they did talk to a couple teams about center fielder Dexter Fowler. The Cardinals are said to have been one of the teams to inquire about Fowler, but people close to the..." November 12
MLB.com "All year long, they went deep and they found the gaps, and baseball's best batsmen of 2013 connected one more time on Wednesday night, collecting The Silver Slugger Awards for their offensive performances this season. With the Yankees' Robinson Cano picking up a fourth consecutive silver bat..." November 07
Denver Post "Michael Cuddyer despises compromise. He runs the bases like a badger is in pursuit. He doesn't wear eye-black patches or even the grease. He collects wine corks burns the tips and draws ash below his lids a technique he learned from former teammate Jim Thome. He is rigidly ethical rooted in..." September 08
Denver Post "Chad Bettis’ debut created a pair or roster casualties. Jeff Francis was optioned to Triple-A Colorado Springs to make room on the 25-man roster and Josh Sullivan an oft-injured Triple-A reliever was designated for assignment to make room on the 40-man roster. Francis pitched once out of the..." August 01
Those asking about Cuddyer. Owner said not trading him. Reason is two-fold: Projects as starting 1B next season and is leader in clubhouse
Fox Sports "The Colorado Rockies on Tuesday acquired right-hander Mitchell Boggs from the St. Louis Cardinals. They’re exploring other buy-low possibilities for their rotation and bullpen. And they could activate injured shortstop Troy Tulowitzki and center fielder Dexter Fowler on Thursday for an important..." July 15
MLB.com "Three sluggers who have made the finals of the annual All-Star Home Run Derbywill be back on stage next Monday at Citi Field to try to capture another trophy. To achieve that goal, though, they'll have to fend off a talented group of challengers, including the Major League home run leader. It..." July 08
Denver Post "Let's put this into perspective. Rockies outfielder Michael Cuddyer extended his franchise-record hitting streak to 27 games Sunday with a two-out single in the eighth off Giants reliever Sandy Rosario. If Cuddyer goes one more game, extending his streak to 28, he'll be halfway to tying the..." July 01
Denver Post "Walt Weiss didn’t look overjoyed Friday night. At least not for a manager who’d just seen prized rookie third baseman Nolan Arenado hit a walkoff homer, lifting the Rockies to a weird and wild 10-9 victory over the Padres. It’s not the fact that the Rockies blew two six-run leads before getting..." June 08
Denver Post "The ugly purple bruise on Michael Cuddyer's right forearm, and the swelling just above his wrist, seemed to indicate there was no chance he would play Monday afternoon against the Astros. But there he was, a day after getting drilled by fastball, lobbying manager Walt Weiss to let him enter the..." May 28
#Rockies have activated OF Michael Cuddyer from the 15-day disabled list. He'll be available for tonight's game.
Cuddyer will fly to AZ tonight. Play two extended spring games. Should be ready to start Friday in SF
Cuddyer MRI revealed no new issues. Will receive epidural injection for neck issue.
Denver Post "The Rockies lineup has taken another hit. Just as the club got Troy Tulowitzki back in the lineup, right fielder Michael Cuddyer has been sidelined by a disc problem in his neck. Cuddyer will miss Friday night's game here against the St. Louis Cardinals. At this point, Cuddyer is receiving..." May 10
#Rockies Cuddy's left wrist sore. Should be ok with rest.
Denver Post "In the corner of the Rockies' spacious clubhouse at Salt River Fields, on the kind of sun-splashed morning that inspires optimism, Michael Cuddyer is talking without saying a word. His purple shirt has "Beat Their (Butts)" on the front and "Not Our Own" on the back. It's a message of change,..." March 03