Jenrry Mejia Impresses In Return (96-98 mph)
I just wanted to pass this along from Adam Rubin of ESPN New York.
Jenrry Mejia, who tossed three innings in the Gulf Coast League on Wednesday in his first official game action since straining the back of the rotator cuff while working in Double-A Binghamton’s rotation, was so impressive in the performance he will be moved to a higher level of the minors, outside of Port St. Lucie. Mejia regularly registered 96-98 mph with his fastball during the outing. He allowed one run on four hits and a walk while striking out three.
It’s good to see Mejia back on a mound again and throwing well after the bit of a scare he gave the organization with his shoulder pain.
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