According to the New York Times, Billy Wagner has injured his elbow and will miss all of the 2009 season. Wagner had previously stated that he would not continue to pitch after his four-year, $43 million contract with the Mets expires next year. If he doesn't change his mind, that means he's through. For their $43 million, the Mets got 187 innings of Wagner's services. Surprisingly enough, Wagner's absence means the Mets will be players in the Frankie Rodriguez hunt. That's another reason why K-Rod isn't worth $50 million.