Frazier Will Play Rehab Games This Week For Las Vegas

Some reinforcements are on the horizon.

According to Betsy Helfand of the Las Vegas Review-Journal, Mets third baseman Todd Frazier is slated to begin rehab games this week, with a return to the big league club shortly after that.

“Everything’s gone well. I’ve got three or four more days including today to get running,” Frazier said. “Hopefully by the end of the week here in Reno, I’ll be able to help the big league club here soon.”

Frazier, 32, has been on the disabled list practically the entire month of May with a hamstring strain.

The veteran had hit .237 in 32 games for New York before getting injured.

“(I’m) very anxious, but I know the process, especially with hamstrings,” Frazier said. “Any other kind of injury, I really feel like I could have basically played through it, but they’re saying not to mess with the hamstring.”

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