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Aug 9, 2022 1 0 7.15 1 1.5
Aug 6, 2022 1 0 7.84 1 1.5
Aug 3, 2022 1 0 7.71 1 2.5
May 2, 2022 1 0 8.64 1 -2
Apr 30, 2022 1 0 7.36 1 2

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Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
2022 232.1 11.3 1 1 10 5 7.15 1.85
2021 187.52.8 62.7 7 3 4 83 24 3.59 1.26
2020 733 23.3 1 2 38 7 3.86 1.16
3y Avg. 144.52.8 50.0 4 2 3 67 19 3.42 1.16
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  • Mets' Trevor May: Scoreless frame in return

    May gave up a hit and struck out one in a scoreless eighth inning during Wednesday's win over the Nationals. Seeing his first big-league action since May 2, May topped out at 95.4 mph with his fastball and seemed fully recovered from his triceps injury. The 32-year-old right-hander had a rough first month of the season, perhaps due to the arm issue, but May should slot back into a high-leverage role for the Mets now that he's healthy.
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  • Mets' Trevor May: Reinstated from injured list

    May (triceps) was reinstated from the 60-day injured list Wednesday, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports. The right-hander was sidelined since early May due to a stress reaction on the lower portion of his humerus but began a rehab assignment in late July. He posted a 4.50 ERA and 1.25 WHIP in four innings over four rehab appearances and will rejoin the Mets' bullpen ahead of Wednesday's series finale in Washington.
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  • Mets' Trevor May: Could return next week

    May (triceps) could be activated from the injured list next week, Tim Healey of Newsday reports. May began a rehab assignment Sunday, and he is set to take the mound again Wednesday. He is then scheduled to go both Saturday and Sunday, and if all goes well, he could rejoin the big club after that.
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  • Mets' Trevor May: Starting rehab assignment Sunday

    May (triceps) will begin a rehab assignment at Double-A Binghamton on Sunday, Tim Healey of Newsday reports. May has been sidelined since early May due to a stress reaction in the lower portion of his humerus but will throw one inning in Binghamton on Sunday. The right-hander is expected to require 4-5 rehab appearances before he's cleared to rejoin the Mets.
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  • Mets' Trevor May: Nearing rehab assignment

    May (triceps) is expected to begin a rehab assignment in the near future, Tim Healey of Newsday reports. Manager Buck Showalter said Friday that he believes May is close to starting a rehab assignment. The reliever has been out since early May while nursing a stress reaction in the lower portion of his humerus. Prior to getting hurt, May had struggled to a 8.64 ERA and 1.92 WHIP over 8.1 innings in eight appearances.
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  • Mets' Trevor May: Facing hitters Sunday

    May (triceps) will progress to facing live hitters Sunday, Tim Healey of Newsday reports. May resumed mound work in early July, and Sunday's throwing session will mark the first time he's faced live hitters since landing on the injured list May 3. It wouldn't be surprising to see the right-hander begin an extended minor-league rehab assignment sometime during the second half of July.
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  • Mets' Trevor May: Completes bullpen session

    May (triceps) threw a bullpen session Saturday, his first since being placed on the injured list May 3, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports. May, who is ramping back up from a stress reaction in his right humerus bone, is eyeing the final week of July for his return from the 60-day IL. He's expected to throw at least a couple more bullpen sessions before advancing to facing hitters in live batting practice, and then heading out on an extended minor-league rehab assignment.
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  • Mets' Trevor May: Throwing from 75 feet

    May (triceps) is throwing out to 75 feet and will have another scan before throwing to hitters, Tim Britton of The Athletic reports He is working his way back from a stress reaction in the lower portion of his humerus and has been slowly ramping up. May had a scan in late May and will have another one in the coming days.
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  • Mets' Trevor May: Slated to undergo scan

    May (triceps) is scheduled to undergo a scan Tuesday, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports. May sustained a stress reaction in the lower portion of his humerus in early May and has been shut down for nearly four weeks, but he said Monday that he feels great. As long as he checks out fine following Tuesday's scans, the right-hander should ramp up his rehab process soon.
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  • Mets' Trevor May: Moves to 60-day IL

    May (triceps) was transferred to the 60-day injured list Sunday. May was shut down from throwing for four weeks after being diagnosed with a stress reaction in the lower portion of his humerus in early May, and he'll now be sidelined until at least early July. The 32-year-old will remain without a clear timeline for his return until he's able to begin a throwing program.
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  • Mets' Trevor May: Faces extended absence

    May (triceps) was diagnosed Wednesday with a stress reaction on the lower portion of his humerus and will be shut down from throwing for at least four weeks, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports. May's triceps injury first surfaced during an April 11 appearance against the Phillies, but he missed only a few days before he was made available out of the bullpen. However, after giving up six earned runs in 6.1 innings over his subsequent six relief appearances, May acknowledged earlier this week that his triceps had still been bothering him. The Mets placed him on the 15-day injured list Tuesday and sent him in for an MRI, which revealed the stress reaction. Since he'll need additional time to build up his arm once he's cleared to throw again, May won't realistically make his return from the IL until at least mid-to-late June.
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  • Mets' Trevor May: Heads to IL

    The Mets placed May on the 15-day injured list Tuesday with right triceps inflammation, Tim Healey of Newsday reports. May was initially diagnosed with a low-grade triceps strain following his April 11 appearance against the Phillies, but after a few days of recovery time, he returned to action and avoided a trip to the IL. However, after May let in two runs in Monday's loss to Atlanta to bring his season ERA up to 8.64, he acknowledged that he had still been battling the triceps injury. The fact that the Mets are characterizing his latest triceps-related setback as inflammation rather than a strain bodes well for his chances of avoiding a long-term absence, but May will still have to miss at least the next two-plus weeks. New York called up Adonis Medina from Triple-A Syracuse to fill May's spot in the bullpen.
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  • Mets' Trevor May: Headed for another MRI

    May is scheduled to undergo an MRI on his right arm Tuesday after struggling in his appearance Monday night against Atlanta, Tim Healey of Newsday reports. He gave up two runs on two hits and one walk in one inning. May has given up two runs in three of his last four outings, and he stated after Monday's game that his right triceps continues to impact his pitching mechanics, per Deesha Thosar of the New York Daily News. He'll be considered day-to-day until his imaging results are evaluated by the team medical staff.
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  • Mets' Trevor May: Grabs first win

    May (1-0) picked up the win in Monday's victory over the Cardinals despite giving up two runs on three hits and a walk in one inning of relief. He struck out one. With the game tied 0-0 heading into the bottom of the eighth inning, May took over from Max Scherzer and quickly made a mess of things, loading the bases with one out before Tyler O'Neill drove a two-run single to left field. Fortunately for May, the Mets rallied for five runs in the top of the ninth. The veteran reliever is struggling to begin the season with an 8.53 ERA, 1.89 WHIP and 5:2 K:BB through 6.1 innings, but he has stumbled into one win, one save and one hold in his six appearances.
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  • Mets' Trevor May: Notches first save of 2022

    May recorded his first save of the season in the second game of Tuesday's doubleheader, striking out one in a perfect ninth inning to secure a 3-1 win over the Giants. In the matinee, Edwin Diaz worked the ninth inning with the score tied 4-4 while Seth Lugo handled the eighth and Adam Ottavino the 10th, leaving closing duties in May's hands for the nightcap. May stumbled out of the gate to begin the season but has now delivered two straight clean appearances, leaving him with a 4.50 ERA and 2:1 K:BB through four innings. However, he's still looking for his first win or hold.
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  • Mets' Trevor May: Shakes off triceps injury

    May (triceps) worked around a hit and struck out a batter in a scoreless inning Saturday in the Mets' 3-2 loss to the Diamondbacks. May was diagnosed with a minor right triceps strain coming out of his second relief appearance of the season last Monday in Philadelphia, but he was out of commission for only a few days before the Mets made him available out of the bullpen. The right-hander's clean outing Saturday suggests that manager Buck Showalter won't have much hesitation about using him in a setup role moving forward.
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  • Mets' Trevor May: Dealing with minor triceps strain

    May said Tuesday that he doesn't think he'll require a stint on the 10-day injured list after an MRI on his arm revealed a "very, very low-grade triceps strain," Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports. The Mets will stay away from May for the remaining two games of its series in Philadelphia, but he appears to have steered clear of any major damage after experiencing arm fatigue during his appearance in Monday's 5-4 loss to the Phillies. After getting a couple days of rest and anti-inflammatory treatment to address the injury, May will be re-evaluated on Thursday's off day. Assuming he shows the desired improvement, he should be available for this weekend's home series versus the Diamondbacks.
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  • Mets' Trevor May: Headed for MRI

    May is set to get an MRI on Tuesday due to arm fatigue, Tim Healey of Newsday reports. It's unsurprising to see the Mets exercise caution with the reliever this early in the season, as there's no reason to push the right-hander less than a week into the 2022 campaign. May will be considered day-to-day until his scans are evaluated by the team medical staff. Joely Rodriguez and Drew Smith could be in line for more high-leverage opportunities if May is forced to miss time.
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  • Mets' Trevor May: Looks ready for season

    May walked one and struck out one in a scoreless inning during Monday's Grapefruit League game against the Astros. The veteran right-hander has a spotless 0.00 ERA this spring to go along with a 5:1 K:BB, albeit in only three appearances, and he appears ready to handle a setup role for the Mets once again. Over 62.2 innings in 2021, May collected seven wins, four saves and 16 holds with a 31.2 percent strikeout rate.
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  • Mets' Trevor May: Collects seventh win

    May (7-2) picked up the win during the first game of Saturday's doubleheader in an 11-9 victory over the Nationals, walking two and striking out one in a scoreless eighth inning. The Mets seemed to be cruising to an easy win when they built a 9-3 lead through four innings, but a bullpen meltdown pushed the game to extras. May wasn't at his sharpest, walking Juan Soto intentionally and Josh Bell unintentionally to load the bases with one out, but the right-hander retired Gerardo Parra and Keibert Ruiz to escape the jam, and he became the pitcher of record when New York scored twice in the top of the ninth. May has been scored on only once in his last eight appearances, collecting two wins and two holds during that stretch, and he remains a key high-leverage arm for the Mets.
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