When will the Mets get back big stars? Here’s the latest on injuries to Noah Syndergaard, Matt Harvey and Neil Walker.
NEW YORK — If the Mets can sneak back in the National League playoff race, reinforcements could be on the way to help sustain a push for October.
Prior to Monday’s game vs. the St. Louis Cardinals, manager Terry Collins offered updates on starting pitchers Noah Syndergaard, Matt Harvey and second baseman Neil Walker.
“Day one,” Collins said about Syndergaard and Harvey. “They looked free and easy. You just watch and see what arm speed they have and if they’re worried about it being sore, you’ll see the arm speed slow down. I didn’t see that. It was loose and free. For the first day of throwing, it was a really good sign.”
.@MattHarvey33 and @Noahsyndergaard tossing a baseball. [?] [?][?][?][?] #Mets pic.twitter.com/n3tUDwLxSJ
— New York Mets (@Mets) July 17, 2017
Syndergaard has been out since late April with a lat injury. The righty pitched to a 3.29 ERA before going down.
Harvey has been out since June with a scapula bone injury. The former Mets ace owns a 5.25 ERA …read more
Source:: New Jersey Real -Time Sports