With Steven Matz still not a certainty to be available for the Mets' NLDS roster, Sean Gilmartin will travel with the team to Los Angeles in case Matz isn't ready. Additionally, Carlos Torres will not be on the NLDS roster and will instead join several other Mets in Florida.
Gilmartin stood out among the Rule 5 draft pick class, posting a 2.67 ERA and 1.19 WHIP in 50 appearances with the Mets. Most recently making a spot-start against the Phillies on October 1, Gilmartin would give the team a second left-handed option out of the bullpen, in addition to Jon Niese.
After pitching an astounding 97 innings in 2014, Torres took a step back in several categories this season. Despite a career-high average fastball velocity of 92.5 miles per hour, Torres's ERA, WHIP, and K/9 all took significant hits from his 2014 campaign. Suffering a strained calf on September 7, Torres made just a handful of appearances for the Mets in the final weeks of the regular season.