New York Mets’ Tylor Megill, who was suffering from shoulder pain, will undergo an MRI; Aaron Ashby of the Milwaukee Brewers also has to leave early

New York Mets' Tylor Megill, who was suffering from shoulder pain, will undergo an MRI; Aaron Ashby of the Milwaukee Brewers also has to leave early

NEW YORK — Mets right-hander Tylor Megill He was unable to make it against the opposition on Thursday night. Milwaukee Brewers Right shoulder discomfort was the latest setback for a promising season by the second-year pitcher.

Milwaukee was hit with a left-hander in the eighth inning. Aaron Ashby His start was ended by left forearm tightness. He was removed by the team as a precaution.

After missing a month due to right biceps inflammation, Megill was placed on the injured list. Mets officials said that Megill will undergo an MRI Friday. win 5-4.

Megill said, “It is very curious to know what it might be.” It's quite strange. It's more noticeable in the deceleration, and not the actual throwing.

The rotation replacement for an injured Ace Jacob deGrom Megill is currently 4-2 this season with a 5.01 ERA. Megill started in New York's Opening Day game and pitched five scoreless innings. Washington Nationals.

Megill, making his second start after returning from the injured roster, lasted three complete innings Thursday. Christian Yelich In the fourth, the Brewers scored with a homer. Milwaukee loaded the bases at one with Milwaukee's first pitch. Megill was a bit embarrassed after his first pitch. Omar Narvaez.

Megill explained, “That's when it felt more than before.” “I was just like, This is not worth the effort to keep throwing. You obviously wanted to.”

It was Megill's 28th pitch, in a very laborious inning. The fastball was clocked to 92 mph and was well below the radar-gun speed of 97mph. He called an athletic trainer, and was then replaced by Chasen Shreve.

Buck Showalter, Mets manager, said that they were hoping for luck.

Ashby gave up Mark CanhaThe home run of's two-run hitter, which tied the score at 4, was then retired Brandon Nimmo on a grounder. Brewers manager Craig Counsell was there, as well as Chris Hook, the pitching coaches, and an athlete trainer.

After a brief discussion, Ashby was taken off the field by the trainer and replaced by Hoby MilnerHe was given all the time that he needed to get warm.

Ashby explained, “Felt as if I could've continued throwing,” It just crept up.

Ashby, the nephew and former Major League pitcher Andy Ashby has a record of 1-5 with a 4.25 ERA over eight starts and six relief appearances. It is his second season in the majors.

Counsell stated that Ashby was his preferred option at this stage, even though he was injured to Brandon Woodruff's right ankle and finger numbness. Freddy Peralta (right shoulder).

Counsell stated that Ashby's condition is almost more severe than the tightness. “I believe tomorrow will reveal a lot. I mean, the exam was great. We'll be watching tomorrow to see his performance.”

Megill was suffering from right biceps inflammation for four weeks. He did one minor league rehab start, and was back in the rotation on Friday. Los Angeles Angels, allowing two runs and five hits on 64 pitches in 3⅓ innings.

Megill was 4-1 with a 2.43 ERA before getting tagged for eight runs and eight hits in 1⅓ innings May 11 at Washington. After that outing, he was placed on the IL.

This report was contributed by The Associated Press.

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