Lowrie (knee) is now dealing with a hamstring strain in addition to his sprained knee capsule, Tim Healey of Newsday reports. Lowrie had appeared to be close to making his season debut at the end of last week but suffered a setback with his hamstring. He'll now rest for two weeks before being re-evaluated, meaning he's unlikely to return before June.
Lowrie (knee) will be reassessed Saturday, Matt Ehalt of Yahoo Sports reports. Reports earlier in the week suggested that Lowrie would be ready to make his season debut Friday, but the Mets evidently changed their plans. Information about a new target date for his return should emerge following Saturday's evaluation.
Lowrie (knee) will not be activated from the 10-day injured list Friday, Tim Britton of The Athletic reports. It was originally thought that Lowrie would rejoin New York ahead of Friday's series opener against the Marlins, but the Mets apparently want the veteran infielder to get a few more minor-league games in under his belt before making his 2019 big-league debut. Lowrie has gone just 2-for-23 across six rehab games with High-A St. Lucie and Triple-A Syracuse. He'll stick with Syracuse through the weekend and could rejoin the Mets ahead of Tuesday's series opener against the Nationals if everything goes off without a hitch.
Lowrie (knee) may not be activated from the 10-day injured list Friday, Mike Puma of the New York Post reports. It was reported earlier in the week that Lowrie would rejoin the Mets ahead of Friday's series opener against the Marlins, though that may no longer be the case. While the veteran infielder appears to be fully healthy, the Mets may want him to play in a few more minor-league games to help get his timing down before returning, as he's gone just 2-for-23 through six rehab games between High-A St. Lucie and Triple-A Syracuse thus far. Either way, it sounds like Lowrie is nearing a return to the big-league club after missing the first month of the season with a knee capsule sprain.
Lowrie (knee) will likely be activated from the 10-day injured list Friday, Matt Ehalt of Yahoo Sports reports. Lowrie got through his fifth minor-league rehab game -- and third with Triple-A Syracuse -- with no issues Tuesday, putting him on track to rejoin the Mets ahead of Friday's series opener against the Marlins. The veteran infielder has been sidelined since mid-February due to a knee capsule sprain, so while he figures to slide into a regular role once healthy, the Mets may look to ease him back into action with a couple of built-in off days.