Mets Injury Tracker: Kodai Senga threw on Monday

March 5, 2023;  Jupiter, Florida, USA;  New York Mets starting pitcher Kodai Senga, 34, plays against the St. Louis Cardinals in the first inning at Roger Dean Stadium.
March 5, 2023; Jupiter, Florida, USA; New York Mets starting pitcher Kodai Senga, 34, plays against the St. Louis Cardinals in the first inning at Roger Dean Stadium. / Rhona Wise-USA TODAY Sports

Here are the latest news and possible return dates for Metz players…

March 13, 10:37

Kodai Sengawho was scratched during a scheduled start on Saturday due to tendonitis in his right index finger, was thrown on flat ground during spring practice on Monday.

After completing his shooting practice on Monday, Senga walked off the field smiling, accompanied by his serving coach. Jeremy Hefner.

Senga explained on Sunday that he was not worried about being ready for the start of the season.

Manager Buck Showalter noted that Senga’s scratching was a precaution, and said that Monday would be “an important day” for the right-hander.

March 12, 17:05

Starling Marte left Sunday’s game against the Tampa Bay Rays after a ball hit his helmet and his initial concussion score was negative, the team announced.

Marte will be re-evaluated on Monday as a manager Buck Showalter said he hoped Marta was “maybe lucky” and that he was “quite coherent, spoke clearly”.

Besides, Bryce Montes de Oca on Monday, his right forearm will be visualized after coaches sent him off during Sunday’s game. Showalter called this “forearm tension” for a right-hander. Montes de Oca walked three times in a row before being stopped.

March 12, 11:50

Kodai Senga (tendonitis in his right index finger) spoke to reporters at the club on Sunday before the team’s spring practice game and said he expected to be able to make his first start of the regular season.

“Of course I think I will. Since I can throw right now, I could do the season right now,” Senga said through a translator.

The right-hander was scratched from his scheduled start on Saturday after imaging of his right index finger showed tendinitis at the base of the finger and counted day after day. He was also asked if the different sized baseballs in MLB had an effect on his minor injury, saying it had little effect on his grip.

“Some time ago something dragged on, so it’s not that I suddenly felt bad, got worse or something like that. Nothing else, the same,” Senga said through a translator.

He added: “Yeah, the big league balls here are obviously a bit slipperier, they don’t have a nail, and I think subconsciously I might have held it a little tighter. slightly different from last year, so I think that plays a role too.”

Senga went on to say that he would be working with the training staff on many different treatments and made it clear that he was only scratched because it was a spring training game. Manager Buck Showalter added that he hopes Senga can make his next start and they will see how his treatment goes on Monday.

“Look how it goes day by day, hopefully it won’t be very long,” Showalter said. “It’s just a precaution, but we know how it is sometimes when at first it’s a precaution and then you just don’t know where it ends. I think in the near future, when he takes a work day, then we can schedule when he returns. I know where his next turn was planned, I hope he makes it, we’ll see.

“I think tomorrow is a big day, after seeing how everyone, some procedures do to him, bring him to his senses.”

March 11, 20:27

Metz announced that Kodai SengaX-ray of the index finger of the right hand showed tendinitis at the base of the finger. He is considered everyday after being scratched by a scheduled start on Saturday earlier in the day.

March 11, 18:25

Buck Showalter updated the status of two of his pitchers in Kodai Senga And Brooks Reilly before the team’s game against the Washington Nationals on Saturday.

As for Senga, who was supposed to start the game against the Nuts, Showalter said that after experiencing discomfort, he took a picture of his right index finger to make sure the team “hugged him.”

Had it been the regular season, the manager said that Senga would probably have pitched anyway and that the team was playing cautiously.

As for Raleigh, Showalter said the left-hander, who is currently on Team USA in Arizona, will return to the Mets on Tuesday and that if all goes according to plan, he can still start the season.

However, Showalter mentioned that “that buffer is gone right now” and that Rayleigh can’t have any setbacks, so the team will be careful about his injury.

March 11, 15:20

Mets announced Kodai Senga won’t start Saturday against the Washington Nationals due to discomfort at the base of his right index finger.

The team announced that Senga would undergo visualization and be right-handed. John Curtis gets a start. This would be his second appearance in the spring.

Senga made his spring training debut March 5 against the St. Louis Cardinals. He threw two innings and allowed one one-hit run with two strikeouts and two walks while throwing 42 innings (24 hits).

March 11, 10:55

The Mets announced Saturday that the left-handed pitcher Brooks Reilly was removed from the USA squad for the World Baseball Classic due to a strain in his left hamstring.

Rayleigh underwent imaging on Friday and the images showed a “mild hamstring strain,” the club said.

The 34-year-old will return to Port Saint Lucie. As of now, there has been no update on a return date.

March 11, 9:40 am

feeding the Metz Brooks Reilly was removed from Team USA due to injury, USA Baseball said in a statement on Saturday.

The ad only said lefty from the Los Angeles Angels Aaron Lu was a substitute for an injury and did not indicate an injury to the left-hander Mets.

Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic confirmed a report from Friday night that Rayleigh was off the roster but said there was no word on his injury. Rayleigh was fired for what one source said Anthony Dicomo of “warning” reasons.

Rayleigh, 34, joined the Mets during the off-season in exchange for the Tampa Bay Rays in exchange for a pitcher prospect. Keishon Askew. Last season with Tampa, Rayleigh had a 2.68 ERA (2.74 FIP) in 53.2 innings in 60 games. He recorded 61 strikeouts and 15 walks with a .969 WHIP.

March 10, 20:52

Buck Showalter told reporters after Friday’s 7-5 loss to the Cardinals that the Mets were expecting an outfielder Brandon Nimmo debut at spring training on Sunday.

Earlier this week, Showalter said he hoped Nimmo would play this weekend and his wish came true.

Nimmo’s arrival comes two days after his fellow outfielder Starling Marte debuted on a Friday in the spring. Marte went 2-for-2 with a home run and doubled in the second leg. Nimmo will make his debut against the Tampa Bay Rays on Sunday at 13:10.

March 8, 15:56

Buck Showalter told reporters ahead of the club’s game against Nicaragua on Wednesday that the outfielder Starling Marte scheduled to play for the first time this spring on Friday. Fellow outfielder Brandon Nimmo “hopefully” will start playing this weekend, according to Showalter.

On Martha: “He did everything we could tell him. He wants to play for a couple of days.”

Showalter also mentioned that Marte would probably not play back to back.

“I think we’ve taken every possible precaution you can take, almost to the point of error,” Showalter said.

Meanwhile, Danny Mendik, who signed a one-year contract in the off-season, will start on Wednesday. The utility player has not played since June 2022 after tearing his anterior cruciate ligament with the Chicago White Sox.

March 7, 13:18

Got a reputation made his first appearance at spring training on Tuesday when the Mets faced the Houston Astros.

For the 36-year-old, it was a bit of a slow start in camp.

As he increased his activity, Ruf felt pain in his right wrist and had to be injected with cortisone.

WITH Pete Alonso Away from the WBC team, Ruf should have plenty of room to do his thing for the Opening Day roster.

March 6, 17:28

Jose Quintana An imaging scan Monday showed a small stress fracture in his fifth rib on the left side, the Mets announced.

The team said the left-hander will return to New York for further testing. There is no current timeline for his expected return.

Quintana pitched one inning on Sunday but pulled out due to what the team described as left-side tightness. He then withdrew from the World Baseball Classic on Monday due to what he called a problem with his left side of his back.

March 6, 8:10

Jose Quintana posted on Instagram that he withdrew from the World Baseball Classic due to what he described as a problem with his left side of his back.

Quintana, who was scheduled to play for Colombia, added that he was focused on getting ready for the start of the regular season.

The left-hander came out of Sunday’s game with what the team called left side tension and is expected to take pictures on Monday.

Manager Buck Showalter said it was “still too early to judge the severity” of the injury.

Quintana struck out one and didn’t allow a hit in his only innings on Sunday. The 34-year-old struggled in his debut start on Feb. 28, allowing five runs on four hits for just 0.2 IP.

March 5, 12:15

Manager Buck Showalter spoke to reporters ahead of the team’s spring training game on Sunday and said the LHP David PetersonAn x-ray of his left leg was inconclusive, and he went for a CT scan.

“X-rays were inconclusive, so we moved on to the next step,” Showalter said.

Showalter is hoping to get CT scan results after Sunday’s game. He added that Peterson was “hurt” after hitting the ball during Saturday’s game against the Miami Marlins, in which he threw in two scoreless innings.

March 4, 16:45

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