Good morning New York Mets fans, the Mets were defeated by the Atlanta Braves 7-6 on Tuesday night at SunTrust Park as the bullpen collapsed again.
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Mets left-hander Steven Matz left Tuesday night’s contest with the Atlanta Braves prior to the bottom of the fourth inning with what the team is calling middle finger discomfort. X-rays came back negative. The injury occurred on a swing and miss when the bat flew out of his hand, he will go for an MRI.
Syndergaard will throw a bullpen session this weekend and manager Mickey Callaway expects him to be on the disabled list for the minimum 10 days.
The Mets announced that they have optioned P.J. Conlon to Triple-A. Gerson Bautista had been the 26th man for Monday’s ddoubleheader but after Conlon’s poor showing, the Mets decided to keep Bautista.
Todd Frazier told Betsy Helfand of the Las Vegas Review-Journal that “everything’s gone well” prior to his rehab. Frazier added that he’ll be done “hopefully by the end of the week here in Reno, I’ll be able to help the big league club here soon.”
Reliever Anthony Swarzak was in Las Vegas to begin a rehab assignment yesterday with the 51s. He allowed a bunt single and struck out a pair while throwing 16 pitches over a scoreless inning.
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This Day in Mets History
2003: RHP David Cone announced his retirement.
2014: The Mets become the first team to have three players appear in a game whose last name begins with a lower case ‘d’, when Travis d’Arnaud, Jacob deGrom, and Matt den Dekker all play in the Mets’ 6-5 walk-off loss to Philadelphia at Citizens Bank Park.