The more people I talk to, the more unlikely it is that Meyer will get a look this year. If anyone gets a shot, it will be May.
Disappointing, but probably not a surprise. The Twins clearly wanted to limit his workload this year to manage innings and with the team falling off probably don't see the need to push it. I wonder if he is starting to get a little gassed as well.
I thought he would be an ideal guy to call up and get some work as a reliever in August/September, get his feet that way, but it would also open the 40 man issue going into the offseason (i.e. if he gets hurt they would have to pay him all year and lose a year of service time).
Realistically, this probably takes him out of the running for a rotation job breaking camp next year.