Meet the Mets
The Mets also made a couple of roster moves yesterday. Brooks Raley was placed on the injured list with elbow inflammation. David Peterson was sent down to Triple-A. To replace them on the roster, Adam Ottavino was activated from the paternity list and John Curtiss was called up from Triple-A.
Raley’s 14 appearances were tied for most in the majors before he hit the injured list yesterday.
Laura Albanese of Newsday spoke to the family responsible for putting up the ghost fork signs at Citi Field during Kodai Senga’s starts.
Around the National League East
The Phillies placed outfielder Cristian Pache on the 10-day injured list with a torn meniscus in his right knee, for which he will require surgery. The Phillies have called up outfielder Dalton Guthrie to take Pache’s spot on the roster.
Around Major League Baseball
The Rangers placed Jacob deGrom on the injured list with right elbow inflammation.
deGrom’s injury serves as a reminder that brilliance on the mound often comes with a price, writes Andy McCullough of The Athletic.
The Pirates are the first National League team to reach 20 wins this season.
The Padres beat the Giants 16-11 in a slugfest in Mexico City; the two teams combined for eleven home runs in the game.
Yesterday at Amazin’ Avenue
David Capobianco continues his series remembering Harvey’s brilliant season a decade ago with his sixth start against the Marlins.
Thomas Henderson brought us the Daily Prospect Report.
This Date in Mets History
This date is the anniversary of both John Franco’s first save and his 300th save.