Jim Henderson
RP NYM
1 month ago

Henderson has decided to test free agency rather than accept an assigment to the minors.

EDGE Analysis

A former closer with the Brewers, Henderson hasn't been the same pitcher since his shoulder injury in 2014. He finished 205 with a 4.11 ERA and 1.37 WHIP with the Mets, but his velocity dipped and his 4.89 FIP suggests he may regress further next season. It's unlikely he will find himself in high-leverage situations again, but it's possible he'll find work in another major league bullpen.

Jim Henderson
RP NYM
1 month ago

Henderson was outrighted off the 40-man roster Wednesday, ESPN's Adam Rubin reports.

EDGE Analysis

He posted a 4.37 ERA in 44 relief appearances with the Mets. While his 25.8 percent strikeout rate was solid, he walked too many hitters and gave up seven home runs in 35 innings. He should provide organizational bullpen depth going forward, but his days of getting high leverage looks appear to be over.

Jim Henderson
RP NYM
4 months ago

Henderson (biceps) was activated from the DL on Saturday, Matt Ehalt of the Bergen Record reports.

EDGE Analysis

Erik Goeddel was optioned to clear a spot on the roster for the returning Henderson, who ended up spending two months on the DL due to biceps tendinitis. He gave up four runs in five innings after resuming his rehab assignment with Triple-A Las Vegas earlier this month but was sharp in his final couple appearances, and manager Terry Collins suggested Henderson could slot back into the seventh-inning role right away.

Jim Henderson
RP NYM
4 months ago

Henderson (biceps) has resumed a rehab assignment with Triple-A Las Vegas.

EDGE Analysis

He began a rehab assignment back on July 1, but was then shut down after presumably aggravating the injury on July 18. He picked it back up however on Aug. 6, and has made two appearances for the 51s since then. Henderson could join the Mets later this month.

Jim Henderson
RP NYM
5 months ago

Henderson (biceps) is joining Triple-A Las Vegas to continue his rehab assignment, Betsy Helfand of the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports.

EDGE Analysis

Henderson started his rehab assignment July 1 at Double-A Binghamton, making five ineffective appearances. He allowed eight run on eight hits and five walks while striking out in 4.2 innings. Henderson will likely make several appearances for the 51s before potentially getting activated by the Mets.

Jim Henderson
RP NYM
5 months ago

Henderson (biceps) will start his rehab assignment Friday at Double-A Binghamton, Adam Rubin of ESPN reports.

EDGE Analysis

Henderson was placed on the 15-day DL on June 21 with right biceps tendinitis after missing a few games with a shoulder impingement. The 33-year-old has not pitched since June 18 and has struggled during the past two months, as his seasonal totals are up to 25.1 innings pitched, with a 4.26 ERA and a 1.34 WHIP. Henderson will be eligible to return for the series opener against the Marlins on Monday, but could come back a few days later if the Mets want him to throw in a few rehab games.

Jim Henderson
RP NYM
6 months ago

Henderson was placed on the DL Tuesday with right biceps tendinitis.

EDGE Analysis

Henderson was hoping to only miss a few days due to a shoulder impingement he suffered on Saturday but further evaluation has revealed he'll need to spend some time on the DL. He'll likely rest his arm for several days and then throw a series of bullpen sessions, batting practice outings, and simulated games before starting a rehab assignment. If all goes according to plan, the veteran reliever should return to the Mets' bullpen as soon as he's eligible on July 6.

Jim Henderson
RP NYM
6 months ago

Henderson (shoulder) is day-to-day after undergoing an MRI on Sunday, MLB.com reports.

EDGE Analysis

Henderson left Saturday's game due to what was eventually described as a shoulder impingement, and remains day-to-day following further tests. As long as nothing serious is revealed by the MRI, Henderson should return to middle relief in the upcoming week.

Jim Henderson
RP NYM
6 months ago

Henderson was diagnosed with a shoulder impingement Saturday but is only hoping to be held out for a couple of days, Adam Rubin of ESPN reports.

EDGE Analysis

Henderson was removed from Saturday's relief appearance after just one out, although not before he gave up a run. A DL stint seems to be averted for now, but he'll likely need further medical attention before being allowed back on the mound.

Jim Henderson
RP NYM
6 months ago

Henderson (finger) will not be available out of bullpen Saturday against Milwaukee, Adam Rubin of ESPN.com reports.

EDGE Analysis

Henderson left during his second inning of work in Friday's contest against Milwaukee with a fingernail injury and it appears the ailment will require him to miss some game-action. He should be considered day-to-day as he mends his finger.