PORT ST. LUCIE — The Mets’ harm file Tuesday included high-profile additions.
Jacob deGrom and Yoenis Cespedes are a few of the recent Mets hurting, as well as to Dominic Smith and Juan Lagares. Two others, Jay Bruce and Tim Tebow, have been cleared to play in the Grapefruit League.
DeGrom, who back to the Mets on Saturday after a 3-day paternity depart, has returned stiffness and can continue a throwing development, consistent with the staff.
Cespedes, who homered in his second at-bat of the spring Sunday, has mild shoulder ache and will be evaluated on a daily basis.
An MRI exam on Smith showed a right quadriceps pressure, in step with the Mets. the second one-year first baseman, who is fighting for a roster spot, will have a “sluggish” go back to baseball process.
Lagares (hamstring) is still listed as day-to-day, whilst Bruce was once in Tuesday’s lineup towards the Astros because the DH after resting in latest days on account of plantar fasciitis in his left foot. Tebow, who sprained an ankle final week while he tripped on a sprinkler head in the outfield, used to be indexed as to be had off the bench for Tuesday.