It seems that Mets may have been lucky when it comes to the weight of the strain of Nea Sandergard's mutilation . Mickey Callaway said before Monday's match in Atlanta, noting that Syndergaard (who is on IL and will miss his start on Thursday) will be re-evaluated in the coming days.
Before the game on Monday, Syndergaard – . t– Who was on his way to the field to do training for flexibility – he said he was in the top form according to Anthony Dikoho of MLB.com . some sessions on flexibility
– SNY (@SNYtv) June 17, 2019
Syndergaard released its own update on Sunday before the announcement of MRI results, He said the strain was "very light," according to Tim Hille of Newsday .
Syndergaard was sent for MRI on Sunday after leaving Saturday's Saturday's match due to the trauma he suffered while he was thrown his 102th night.
Callaway said on Sunday that "he does not seem to make his next start because it would be hard to do the job" when he explains why Syndergaard was placed on
Syndergaard is entitled to return from IL next Wednesday.
As for who will take the place of Syndergaard on Thursday against the Cubs in Chicago, Callaway said the team has not yet made a decision.
On Sunday Callaway does not seem to look like Anthony Kay – who has recently been promoted to Triple-A – will get serious attention for this start so that means Mets will probably pass the ball ] Writer Font or Erwin Santana . Both Locke and Santana are in the minors and will need a move of 25 people.