Edgin (elbow) is expected to be ready about one month into the season, ESPN New York's Adam Rubin reports. Edgin had Tommy John surgery in March and subsequently missed the entire 2015 season. Previous reports suggested he would be ready for Opening Day, but it now sounds as if that won't be the case. Assuming he returns to his pre-injury form, he'll be a key lefty in the New York bullpen.
Edgin (elbow) and the Mets agreed to terms on a one-year, $625,000 deal Friday, avoiding arbitration, Jeff Passan of Yahoo! Sports reports. Edgin missed the entire 2015 season, but he'll return in 2016 and will look to pick up where he left off in 2014, when he posted a 1.32 ERA across 27.1 relief innings. Edgin is expected to be ready for Opening Day.
Mets pitcher Josh Edgin has begun throwing this week, reports the Daily News. Edgin has not pitched this season after undergoing Tommy John surgery.
The Mets transferred pitcher Josh Edgin to the 60-day disabled list Monday. Edgin will miss the 2015 season after undergoing Tommy John surgery.
The Mets placed four pitchers on the 15-day disabled list Sunday including: Vic Black (shoulder), Josh Edgin (Tommy John), Bobby Parnell (Tommy John) and Zack Wheeler (Tommy John), retro to March 27, the team announced. Wheeler and Edgin underwent Tommy John surgery last month and are expected to miss the 2015 season while recovering from the injury.