Jenrry Mejia is working his way back from a strained finger on his right hand, and though there's still no timetable, he apparently threw without pain yesterday. This is obviously a good sign, and given the way he was racking up innings through the first half, there's no reason at all to rush him back. Elsewhere, Josh Thole and Reese Havens have both returned to action in the last week as well, from finger and hand injuries, respectively. Havens went deep tonight for St. Lucie, and is 3 for 7 with a pair apiece of walks and strikeouts in two games since being reactivated. Thole, who has been back in action for five games, is 5 for 16 with two doubles, two walks, and two strikeouts. Also, Giants super-prospect LHP Madison Bumgarner hit a Grand Slam of B-Mets lefty Eric Niesen, though Ruben Tejada partially returned the favor by later taking MadBum deep. Lefties Josh Thole and Ike Davis both also had hits off the dominating lefty, though this is much bigger news for the latter, as Thole has always hit lefties and Davis, well, hasn't.