NEW YORK — Mets pitcherA strained right shoulder infielder's left arm means that he won't be able to throw for at least four weeks. After undergoing hospital tests for an unknown “non-workplace” event, he rejoined the team on Friday.
Megill was placed on the injured roster for the second consecutive season, just a day after his start against Milwaukee. The NL East's leaders had already acesAnd Avoid injuries
Buck Showalter, New York's manager, stated that Escobar was available on the bench against Miami in the series opener and would likely be back in Saturday's starting lineup.
Showalter stated, “He's had quite a night — not working on much rest but finally got through all the testing.”
Showalter stated that he could not discuss with Escobar the symptoms that brought him to the hospital and any possible diagnosis. Multiple reports indicated that Escobar was experiencing vision and dizziness issues.
Showalter claimed that he had been in constant contact throughout Thursday's game against The.Before that, he exchanged text messages with Escobar in the night hours.
Showalter stated, “I was just concerned for him during the match.” “They passed every test known to man to rule stuff out.”
Megill, who was unable to continue Thursday's game due to 3 1/3 innings of work, was placed on the 15 day injured list.
Megill missed four consecutive weeks with right-biceps tendinitis. She returned to work last Friday.