Wilson (elbow) is scheduled to throw a bullpen session within the next couple days, Justin Toscano of The Bergen Record reports. Wilson was pulled from his rehab assignment with Triple-A Syracuse earlier this week due to left elbow tightness, but he's set to resume his throwing program after an MRI came back negative. The 31-year-old has been battling left elbow soreness since late April but appeared to be nearing his activation prior to the setback. Wilson's new return timeline may come into focus following the bullpen session.
Wilson's (elbow) MRI results came back clean Thursday, Matt Ehalt of Yahoo Sports reports. Wilson was scratched from Tuesday's rehab appearance due to tightness in his left elbow, but further testing brought good news for the southpaw. He is currently with the team, but he'll likely head back out to complete his rehab stint in the near future considering his MRI results.
Wilson was scratched from Tuesday's rehab outing with Triple-A Syracuse due to left elbow tightness, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports. Wilson began the rehab assignment last week and was set to make his fourth appearance Tuesday prior to the setback. The 31-year-old appeared to be nearing his activation from the injured list, but he will now be out a bit longer until the severity of this latest issue is determined.
Wilson (elbow) had two strikeouts in a scoreless inning during his first rehab appearance with Triple-A Syracuse on Tuesday, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports. Wilson has been on the injured list with left elbow soreness for a month but appears to be nearing his return to the Mets. The 31-year-old will likely require an additional rehab outing or two but may be able to return to the majors in the near future.
Wilson (elbow) expects to begin a rehab assignment Tuesday, Mike Mazzeo of Yahoo Sports reports. Wilson has spent the bulk of the last two months on the injured list, making just one appearance before re-injuring his elbow. He may need at least a few rehab outings before returning to New York.