The Mets have outrighted reliever Vic Black, who pitched for them the last two years before losing part of this season to a groin injury. Black has been relegated since his return to Triple-A Las Vegas, where he has compiled a horrid 1-6 record and 6.40 ERA with a whopping 28 walks in 32 1/3 innings.
For the first time since suffering a groin injury, Mets pitcher Vic Black was able to throw in a game at Triple-A on Tuesday, reports ESPNNewYork.com. Black was recently optioned to Triple-A after he was activated from the disabled list.
Mets right-hander Vic Black has been reinstated off the 15-day disabled list, but will remain at Triple-A Las Vegas. Black, who had been dealing with neck and back issues, has not pitched in the majors since September. The last two appearances of his rehab were with Las Vegas, where he allowed four runs in 1 1/3 innings.
Mets reliever Vic Black is moving his rehab from Double-A Binghamton to Triple-A Las Vegas, ESPN.com reports. Black is recovering from a neck and back injury and has not pitched at all this season for the Mets. The team has not revealed an updated timeline for Black's return to the team's bullpen.
Mets manager Terry Collins said Tuesday that pitcher Vic Black will not come off the disabled list during the team's current road trip, reports ESPNNewYork.com. Black has been on the disabled list with a shoulder and neck injury. He has not pitched this season. The team's current road trip will conclude Sunday at Arizona. Black tossed a scoreless inning with one strike out during Tuesday's rehab game for the team's Double-A club.
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