Miami — If Max Scherzer pitches on Sunday, he will not be in the Major League Baseball uniform.
Mets officials have still decided on the next step for right-handed people, but have denied the Marlins the possibility of returning from the injured list this weekend. Recently, Metswas discussing the possibility of a return on Sunday.
"When I talk to Max and the people, I think he's making the right progress and he's right where he needs it," said manager Buck Showalter. "We are approaching."
Scherzer, rehabilitating from a tense left diagonal, threw 65 balls in 3¹ / ₃ innings on Tuesday at Double A Binghamton. ..
David Peterson, who has issued a parental leave warning, is a starter scheduled for Sunday.
Scherzer's potential includes starting minor league rehab on Sunday or Monday, or "working days" with the team.
Carlos Carrasco will start in turn as no structural damage was seen on the hip MRI. Right-handedgot off to an early start on Wednesdaywith his back tightened.
Jacob DeGrom will face a second batter in rehab due to the stress response of his right scapula. Mets Ace will join the team at LoanDepot Park over the weekend, where they will have a live batting practice session.
Jeff McNeil was absent from the starting lineup for three consecutive games after leaving the game on Monday due to tension in the right hamstring. According to Show Alter, who added the hamstring, McNeil could have been available off the bench.
Joey Lucchesi, who is rehabilitating from Tommy John's surgery, is also working with the team this weekend.
A left-handed person (surgery in June 2021) estimated that he had about eight weeks of rehabilitation left.
"It's really great to check his arms away from the spring training facility," Rukkesh said. "When I return to the culture of the Big League, my heart beats again. I love culture."
Luckesi learned a new pitch, but a college-developed curve ball. He said he would continue to use his trademark "Curve", which is a combination of change-ups and changes.
Patrick Mazeika chose Triple-A Syracuse to clear James McCann's roster space.