Tim Byrdak

RP / N.Y. Mets / EXP: YRS Height: Weight: lb Age: College: None Bats/Throws -/-

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    • by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com

      Funny tweet expresses Tim Byrdak desire for a job

      Left-handed reliever Tim Byrdak has taken a unique approach in his search for work. He has tweeted a humorous message to whatever general manager might be interested. "Attention MLB GMs," it began. "For sale, late model LHR, high mileage but very serviceable! Doesn't come with all the bells and whistles of newer models (i.e. 97 mph), however I can still break a pane of glass with my fastball. ... Please call ASAP. I am driving my wife crazy being home during spring training." The 40-year-old pitched in eight games for the Mets in 2013 and recorded a 7.71 ERA that motivated the team to release him in late January.

    • by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com

      Tim Byrdak not returning to the Mets

      Mets reliever Tim Byrdak will not return to the team. Byrdak tweeted at a fan that the team decided to pass on offering him a contract. The 40-year-old is recovering from a torn capsule in his shoulder.

    • by R.J. White | CBSSports.com

      Tim Byrdak has interest from two teams

      Two teams have asked for medical reports on free agent pitcher Tim Byrdak, MLBTradeRumors.com reports. He made eight appearances with the Mets last season, allowing four earned runs in 4 2/3 innings.

    • by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer

      Seven Mets declare free agency

      Mets starting pitcher Aaron Harang, relief pitcher LaTroy Hawkins, starting pitcher Daisuke Matsuzaka, relief pitcher David Aardsma, relief pitcher Tim Byrdak, relief pitcher Pedro Feliciano and relief pitcher Frank Francisco have filed for free agency. Hawkins and Francisco both spent time as the Mets closer, but Bobby Parnell is expected to fill that role in 2014.

    • by Jack Moore | CBSSports.com

      Mets recall Tim Byrdak

      The Mets have recalled reliever Tim Byrdak from Triple-A Las Vegas, MLB.com reports. The 39-year-old has been working his way back from shoulder surgery last September and has thrown eight scoreless innings with 10 strikeouts for Las Vegas.

    • by Michael Hurcomb | Fantasy Writer

      Tim Byrdak takes another step toward MLB return

      Mets reliever Tim Byrdak, who is working his way back from shoulder surgery, was promoted from Class A St. Lucie to Double-A Binghamton Sunday, according to ESPN. Byrdak was 1-1 with a 2.19 ERA, three saves and .146 opponents' batting average in 14 appearances for St. Lucie.

    • by Michael Hurcomb | Fantasy Writer

      Mets have options for bullpen, if needed

      Mets manager Terry Collins said relievers Pedro Feliciano and Tim Byrdak could join the bullpen later this summer, according to The Star-Ledger. "If there is that spot that opens up that's needed and we're looking for a left-hander, we've got two guys who can certainly handle the heat at this level," Collins said.

    • by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com

      Tim Byrdak makes first appearance

      Mets reliever Tim Byrdak appeared in his first game Saturday since last September, as he pitched one inning in the Gulf Coast League. Byrdak struck out one batter and walked another, in his first appearance since undergoing surgery on his shoulder.

    • by Jack Moore | CBSSports.com

      Tim Byrdak to begin rehab assignment

      Mets reliever Tim Byrdak will begin a rehab assignment Friday with the Gulf Coast League Mets, ESPN New York reports. Byrdak has been out since having shoulder surgery in September, so he'll likely be in rehab for almost a month as he essentially goes through a late spring training. Expect him back in New York around the All-Star break.

    • by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com

      Tim Byrdak makes first post-surgery appearance

      Mets reliever Tim Byrdak threw an inning in extended spring training Saturday, his first appearance in a game since undergoing shoulder surgery in August. Byrdak is working on a minor-league contract, and the team thinks he can be back in the majors by July, according to MLB.com.

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