Things just keep getting worse for the New York Mets.  Now it looks like first baseman Ike Davis could need season ending surgery on his ankle.

The New York Mets have not had a very good 2011 season so far.  They are in financial trouble and the players are living up to the owners very vocal standards.  Now, it looks like one of the more bright spots to this team could be sidelined.

Ike Davis has been out since May with a left ankle sprain and bone bruise.  A new MRI has reveled that Davis is still suffering from the bone bruise and that has now turned into a cartilage problem dude to poor circulation.  Now he may need to have surgery done that  will potentially end his season.

No decision on the surgery will be made yet.  Davis is going to continue rehab and will be out for at least another 3 weeks.  After that if Davis is not able to run on the ankle, then surgery will be the way to go.