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Mets RP Carlos Torres allows three runs Sunday
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.
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Mets RP Carlos Torres (calf) hopes to throw from a mound Friday
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.
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Mets pitcher Carlos Torres to miss a few games
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.
by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
Mets RP Carlos Torres to be sidelined for a while with calf injury
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.
by Elliott Smith | Staff Writer
Mets RP Carlos Torres (calf) leaves game
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.
by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer
Mets RP Carlos Torres does it all in victory on Thursday
Right-handed reliever Carlos Torres was one of the heroes of the game for the Mets, as they went on to beat the Phillies 9-5 in 13 innings on Thursday. Torres shined with his arm, his glove, his bat and his speed in this one. On the mound, Torres tossed 2 1/3 scoreless ball, allowing just one hit. He also made a couple of athletic plays, including a sprint to first base to beat Jeff Francoeur on a deflected ground ball. At the plate, Torres reached on an infield single and scored the Mets' go-ahead run in the 13th, as he picked up his fifth win of the season. Overall, it was an impressive evening for the right-hander, as the Mets completed the four-game sweep of the Phillies.
by Michael Hurcomb | Fantasy Writer
Carlos Torres to fill in as Mets closer Tuesday in place of Jeurys Familia
Mets manager Terry Collins said reliever Carlos Torres will handle the closer's role Tuesday, as regular closer Jeurys Familia will be unavailable. Familia has pitched on back-to-back days, which included a 29-pitch outing Monday against the Blue Jays. Familia also suffered his second blown save Monday.
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Carlos Torres takes loss in relief for Mets
Mets reliever Carlos Torres suffered a loss to Miami on Tuesday, dropping his record to 1-1. Torres entered in the eighth inning, walked two of the first three batters he faced, and then allowed an RBI single for the go-ahead run. Torres saw his ERA inflate to 4.50.
by Brandon Wise | Staff Writer
Mets could use Jeurys Familia as closer, Carlos Torres in setup role
Mets normal closer Jenrry Mejia dealing with an elbow injury, the door may be open to Jeurys Familia as the team's new closer, manager Terry Collins said Monday per ESPN.com. Mejia felt stiffness in his elbow while warming up Monday and was unable to enter the game. "He couldn't get it loose," Collins said. "With what we've seen right now, and with what he's had in the past, we had to shut him down." Familia would slide into the closer's role with Carlos Torrestaking over the set up role in the eighth. Familia posted a 2-5 record in 2014 with five saves and a 2.21 ERA in 77 1/3 innings.
by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
Report: Mets to go with four-man bench; Eric Campbell likely snubbed
The Mets are expected to go with an eight-man bullpen and a four-man bench, snubbing Eric Campbell from an Opening Day roster spot, according to ESPN. Campbell hit .255 (14 for 55) with six doubles, one triple, two home runs and nine RBI in 24 Grapefruit League games. The four-man bench will include Ruben Tejada, John Mayberry Jr., Kirk Nieuwenhuis and Anthony Recker. Meanwhile, the eight-man bullpen will include Rafael Montero, Jeurys Familia, Jerry Blevins, Jenrry Mejia, Alex Torres, Carlos Torres, Sean Gilmartin, and Buddy Carlyle .