The Mets had a dreadful 2009 as a team. Many players got injured and some just didn't perform up to par. The New York Mets' shortstop, Jose Reyes, suffered a hamstring injury 36 games into the season. It seemed like it was only a minor injury, and that Reyes would be back on the field the next day. That was not the case; Reyes would be sidelined for the rest of the 2009 season.á He described the injury as extremely painful. When his hamstring started to feel better, he would jog, and just jogging alone would result in a large amount of pain.á Reyes tried so hard to get back to his team, but setback after setback prevented that from happening. The team began to see the effect of not having their regular leadoff hitter taking the field every day, along with missing many other key players. ...
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