If everyone is healthy, Mets may have no problem with the bullpen. But at least recently, bailouts are starting to look like a problem for the team.
Adam Ottavinoallowed a home runto win the match in a defeat in Miami on Sunday. Chasen Shreve offered a pair of two-run home runs, recording only one on Tuesday. Elsewhere credible Drew Smith surrendered Goahead's Ginger to Jason Castro in Houstonon Wednesday.
Mets finished three months in the 13th-ranked 3.70 bullpen ERA after the series with Houston ended Wednesday night. Following that match, manager Buck Showalter said he had just looked up the rankings.
"Our bullpen is working pretty well," he said after Mets lost 2-0. "We had some problems here and there, but we will never forget all the great achievements they have made for us."
The June Mets Relief 4.13 ERA played in the 19th league match on Thursday. Edwin Diaz was soon closed, but there are other problems besides him.
Prior to the closing date, General Manager Billy Eppler needs to determine if Mets is sufficient internally. Colin Holderman, who was very good in May and early June before being diagnosed with right shoulder impingement, is in Triple A Syracuse, and Trevor May says he will be back by the closing date. I want it.
On Wednesday, when asked if he would be considered an additional trading deadline, Mei smiled and said, "Fans will hate it."
May felt "great" when he was rehabilitating following an inflammation of his right triceps that was unable to pitch since May 2, 105 feet. Said throwing from.
Lighty was set to get a scan on Thursday.
After crossing his arms, throwing enough bullpen sessions and performing rehab missions, Mei said he was "shooting towards the end of July" as his return goal. ..
Mets may find another left-handed rescuer who has a struggle with Shreve and has Joely Rodriguez's pedestrians. They have Smith, Ottavino, and Seth Lugo as generally trusted rights holders ahead of Diaz, but before looking at most of May, they need to determine if they need more appropriate bullpen help. there is.
Pete Alonso and Starling Marte have advanced to the second stage of the All-Star Voting.
Alonso got the second most votes in the National League first baseman, and Marte got the fourth most votes in the NL outfielder.
The total number of votes has been reset to allow finalists to decide who will start in each position.
Alonso is playing against Paul Goldschmidt of the Cardinals, and Marte is playing against Mookie Betts of the Dodgers, Joc Pederson of the Giants, and Adam Duvall of the Braves. Braves outfielder Ronald Acuña Jr. has already been voted as a starter as NL's overall voting leader.
Jeff McNeil voted third on second base, and Francisco Lindor was third on shortstop.