Jamie Hoffmann

#39LF,
Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 235
Bat: R
Throw: R
Born:
College: None
Birth Place: New Ulm, Minnesota
Draft: Undrafted 2003 signed by the
  • Mets GM hoping increased communication helps remedy injury situation
    ABC News

    Mets GM hoping increased communication helps remedy injury situation

    NEW YORK -- With a bundle of key players on the disabled list, Mets general manager Sandy Alderson said Friday the team is making some changes to the way it handles injuries. Alderson is now meeting daily with the training staff, something he hasn't always done in the past. The front office also is communicating often with its "resources" in Port St. Lucie, Florida, at the team's spring training complex. He said he's having the meetings "to provide context for the decisions that we have to make from day to day based on information that not only arises that day, but may have been sort of gestating over a period of days." Alderson also said that bigger changes could still be made, but those "might

  • Montero struggles with control, picks up fourth loss of season
    SNY

    Montero struggles with control, picks up fourth loss of season

    After being notified three and a half hours before the game that he would be starting, Rafael Montero struggled mightily against the Padres, picking up his fourth loss of the season. Montero threw 87 pitches in only three innings, allowing three runs and five hits. The 26-year old walked three batters, all in the first inning, which helped lead to San Diego jumping out to an early 2-0 lead. Montero needed 45 pitches to get through the first inning.  "I struggled a bit in that first inning, but after that I started feeling better," Montero told reporters after the game, according to the NY Post.May 25, 2017: Montero throws a pitch at Citi Field (Credit: USA Today Images) Montero is now 0-4 with

  • MLB: David Price to make debut Monday
    Los Angeles Times

    MLB: David Price to make debut Monday

    Red Sox pitcher David Price is set to make his season debut for Boston on Monday at the Chicago White Sox. The 31-year-old left-hander, starting the second season of a $217-million, seven-year contact, has been recovering from a strained pitching elbow. He gave up nine runs — six earned — and 12 hits in 52/3 innings during two rehab starts at triple-A Pawtucket. Tough night Jacob deGrom was scratched by the New York Mets from his scheduled start against the San Diego Padres on Thursday night because of discouraging weather reports. Rafael Montero started in deGrom’s place, and deGrom was rescheduled for Friday’s series opener at Pittsburgh. Mets manager Terry Collins said he spoke with deGrom