Mets RP Carlos Torres (calf) pitched Sunday night for the first time since Sept. 7. The outing wasn't great - he allowed three runs on a hit and two walks, retiring two batters. With September roster expansion, the Mets won't have an urgent need to use Torres, though it'll be interesting to see if he makes the playoff roster.
Mets reliever Carlos Torres (calf) could throw off a mound Friday, Adam Rubin of ESPN New York reports. The Mets have yet to allow Torres to throw off a mound since he suffered a strained left calf over a week ago, but he's been able to do some mound work at about 50 percent. Assuming he's able to progress with his rehab in the coming days, Torres should be able to return before the end of the season.
Mets pitcher Carlos Torres (calf) is likely a few days from returning to the mound, ESPN New York's Adam Rubin reports. He is back to throwing off a mound, but only at about 50 percent. Torres should have a chance to get some appearances under his belt to knock off any rust before the postseason.
Mets reliever Carlos Torres, who pulled up lame with a calf injury trying to field a ball Monday against Washington, will miss multiple games, according to ESPN. Terry Collins has already conceded that the team will require help from Triple-A Las Vegas to compensate for his loss. The good news for Torres is that he at least performed better than he had recently. He hurled 1 1/3 scoreless innings before going down after having allowed six runs on seven hits over his previous 1 2/3 innings.
Mets relief pitcher Carlos Torres was forced to leave Monday's game against the Nationals with what the team is calling a strained right calf, per MLB.com. Torres injured himself while running to field a ground ball. After recording the out, the Mets training staff immediately came onto the field and Torres was removed from the contest after tossing 1 1/3 innings of two-hit relief.