The Mets have announced a batch of September call-ups and activated Tomas Nido from the injured list. Nido joins Brandon Nimmo in returning from the IL, though his stint was far briefer after he suffered a concussion in late August.
As for the call-ups, they are right-handed pitcher Tyler Bashlor and left-handed pitcher Daniel Zamora and infielder Sam Haggerty. Bashlor and Zamora have spent parts of this season with the Mets, while Haggerty—who came to the Mets alongside Walker Lockett in the Kevin Plawecki trade—would be making his major league debut if he gets into a game. He spent the bulk of this season with Double-A Binghamton with brief stints in Brooklyn and Syracuse, and in 366 plate appeareances in total, he hit .271/.376/.387 with three home runs and 23 stolen bases in 27 attemtps in the minors this year.
In the aforementioned major league time this year, Bahslor has a 7.16 ERA and 7.32 FIP with a low strikeout rate, a high walk rate, and a staggering rate of 2.76 home runs allowed per nine. Zamora hasn’t been quite as bad, but his 5.68 ERA and 5.75 FIP in the big leagues this year are far from good, and his strikeout rate is pedestrian, while his walk and home run rates aren’t great.