Mets Right handed batsman Marcus Strowman He is progressing in his recovery from the calf tear last week. Strowman has returned to throw “full Tilt” Bullpen session, manager louis rojas said (via Disha Thosar of New York Daily News). Pitching coach Jeremy Hefner said Strowman is still unable to sprint, so it is unclear when he will be ready for the start of his season. As soon as possible for the Mets, for whom Strowman complements an ace Jacob Degrom. From his own point of view, Strowman for an important season with his first trip to free agency scheduled for the winter.
- One of the stromans Mets Teammates, partner right Jared Hughes, Has been on the injured list since 15 July. The team did not announce a reason for the move at this time, although it was revealed that it had tested positive for coronovirus, Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic Report. Hughes was symptomatic for about 10 days, according to Rosenthal, but is now healthy and pitching at the team’s alternate training venue. Prior to his boxing with the virus, Hughes appeared as if he had earned a season-opening roster spot after signing a major league contract by the Mets.
- Rays Has given good news to a pair of his outfielders, who have missed the season so far because of their positive COVID tests. Star Austin meadows On Wednesday, engaged in baseball activities, MLB.com Riley’s Juan Toribio (Twitter Link). Manager Kevin Cash indicated that Medoz may return sometime during Ray’s August 4-9. During this, Randy Azarna Approval was given to rejoin the team and resume baseball activities Tampa Bay Times’s Mark Topkin. He began rehab on Wednesday at the Rays’ alternative training site.
- red SoxWith its patchwork, it will be empowered to get the worst production thus far Zach Godley An opportunity as a starter, Jason Mastarodanoto of The Boston Herald Tweets. Godley, whom the Red Sox signed a minor league contract this month, will make his first start with the club on Saturday against the Yankees. The former Diamondbacks and Blue Jay was an effective starter for a few years before falling dramatically last season. Godley received a very encouraging long reprieve on Monday, however, as he pitched four banged innings with seven strikes against the Mets at no loss.