Oswalt was optioned to Triple-A Syracuse on Tuesday.
Oswalt was called up to the big leagues Monday but failed to make an appearance during his brief stint with the Mets. Wilmer Font will take his place on the 25-man roster.
Oswalt was recalled from Triple-A Syracuse ahead of Monday's game against the Padres, Tim Healey of Newsday reports.
Oswalt was lit up earlier this season in the major leagues, allowing nine runs on nine hits and six walks while fanning five over 6.2 innings of work. However, with Steven Matz (forearm) or Jason Vargas (hamstring) likely head to the injured list, the Mets are in need of Oswalt's services.
Oswalt was optioned to Triple-A Syracuse on Saturday, Tim Healey of Newsday reports.
Oswalt's latest stay on the big-league roster lasted just a single day. It didn't go particularly well, as he allowed four runs in three innings against the Brewers. Drew Gagnon was promoted in a corresponding move.
Oswalt was recalled from Triple-A Syracuse on Friday, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports.
Oswalt was roughed up in his previous outing this season in the big leagues, surrendering five runs on six hits and four walks while fanning two over 3.2 innings. He'll aim for a better result this time around and will look to provide the Mets with depth out of the bullpen. In a corresponding move, Luis Gurillorme was optioned to Triple-A.
The Mets optioned Oswalt to Triple-A Syracuse on Sunday, Mike Puma of the New York Post reports.
Oswalt was sent to the minors after serving up five runs on six hits and four walks over 3.2 innings to take the loss Saturday against the Braves. The Mets recalled Paul Sewald in a corresponding move, giving the bullpen a fresh arm in Oswalt's stead.
Oswalt was recalled from Triple-A Syracuse on Wednesday.
Oswalt will provide some additional bullpen depth for Wednesday's series finale against the Twins after starter Jacob deGrom lasted just four innings in Tuesday's loss. The 25-year-old Oswalt made 17 appearances (12 starts) for New York last season, compiling a 5.85 ERA and 6.3 K/9 in the process.
Oswalt was optioned to minor-league camp.
While Oswalt will serve as rotation depth all season, the Mets did not waste much time trimming the roster at big-league camp. Oswalt should open the year at Triple-A.
Oswalt (3-3) went four innings and didn't factor into the decision in Friday's loss to the Marlins. He gave up one run on four hits and three walks while striking out four.
Oswalt, who hasn't made it past the fifth inning in any of his last four starts, had already thrown 85 pitches through four innings when manager Mickey Callaway decided to pull him. He kept the Mets in the game, however, and will likely enter next season competing for a spot in the bullpen.
Oswalt (3-3) took the loss Saturday against the Nationals, going five innings while allowing two runs on four hits and two walks. He struck out four.
The scoreboard damage came from Trea Turner's two-run homer in the third. The righty's next start lines up against the Marlins on Friday, and not even this typically favorable streamer opponent should prompt many fantasy players to take the chance, considering Oswalt's 6.08 ERA and meager 6.1 K/9 on the year.
Oswalt will take the hill for Saturday's game against Washington, Mike Puma of the New York Post reports.
Manager Mickey Callaway confirmed that the organization will be shutting Zack Wheeler down for the rest of the season due to an innings restriction, which pushes Oswalt back in the rotation for a couple more starts. Following Saturday's start, he is tentatively lined up to pitch against Miami in the final series of the 2018 campaign. In 15 appearances with the Mets (10 starts), Oswalt has logged a 6.31 ERA and 1.37 WHIP.
Oswalt allowed an unearned run on three hits and one walk while striking out three across 2.2 innings Saturday against the Red Sox. He didn't factor into the decision.
Oswalt joined the rotation for a spot start following the team's doubleheader against the Marlins on Thursday. The right-hander was pulled after throwing 61 pitches, 38 of which went for strikes. He allowed an RBI single to Xander Bogaerts in the first inning, though the run was unearned thanks to an error from Dominic Smith earlier in the inning. Oswalt now owns an unsightly 6.31 ERA, 1.37 WHIP and 37:15 K:BB across 55.2 innings this year. He figures to transition back to a relief role for the remainder of the season.
Oswalt will take the mound as New York's spot starter against the Red Sox on Saturday, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports.
As expected, Oswalt will be called upon for a start following the club's doubleheader against Miami on Thursday. During a start last weekend versus the Phillies, Oswalt allowed two earned runs on five hits and one walk while striking out four in just three innings of work. On the year he's logged a 6.62 ERA and 34:14 K:BB across 53 innings with the Mets while bouncing back and forth between the big club and Triple-A Las Vegas.
Oswalt allowed two runs on five hits and one walk while striking out four over three innings Sunday against the Phillies. He didn't factor into the decision.
Oswalt was lifted from the game after tossing 40 of 59 pitches for strikes. He gave up a two-run home run in the first inning to Rhys Hoskins, but he managed to settle down for two shutout innings before exiting. Oswalt was making a spot start after the intended starter, Jacob deGrom, was scratched due to rain. Oswalt owns a 6.62 ERA with 34 strikeouts through 53 innings this season, and he figures to pitch out of the bullpen moving forward.
Oswalt will start Sunday's game against the Phillies, Tim Healey of Newsday reports.
The Mets scratched scheduled starter Jacob deGrom due to the rain and call upon Oswalt for the spot start. The 25-year-old has a 5.31 ERA and 1.23 WHIP with 10 home runs allowed in eight starts with the Mets this season.
Oswalt will transition to a bullpen role, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports.
Oswalt owns a 4.70 ERA and 1.30 WHIP with 13 strikeouts over his previous four starts (23 innings), and although he's 2-0 over that span, the Mets will use him as a relief pitcher going forward. With Oswalt switching roles, Jason Vargas remains in the starting rotation.
Oswalt (2-2) pitched six innings and earned the win Thursday afternoon, allowing four runs on nine hits and a walk in the 24-4 victory against the Mets. He yielded four home runs and struck out two.
Oswalt allowed four solo home runs, but it didn't really matter after his offense poured in 10 runs in the fifth inning and put the game way out of reach. The rookie right-hander raised his ERA to 5.16 with a 28:10 K:BB in 45.1 innings. He'll look to make it two straight wins in his next start at home against the Giants on Tuesday.
Oswalt will start the first game of the Mets' doubleheader with the Phillies on Thursday, Matt Kelly of MLB.com reports.
The doubleheader will result in the Mets deploying a six-man rotation this week, affording Oswalt another start even though Steven Matz (forearm) will be activated from the disabled list to start the second half of the twin bill. Manager Mickey Callaway previously suggested that so long as Oswalt continues to pitch well, the right-hander will keep picking up regular starts. If that's the case, Oswalt, who has posted a 3.94 ERA and 1.00 WHIP over his last six outings with the Mets, would likely bump the struggling Jason Vargas to the bullpen.
Oswalt didn't factor into the decision in Saturday's 4-3 extra-innings loss to the Marlins, allowing three runs on six hits and a walk over six innings while striking out three.
The rookie has now given the Mets consecutive quality starts and hasn't been tagged for more than three earned runs in any of his last six outings, posting a respectable 3.94 ERA, 1.00 WHIP and 21:7 K:BB in 32 innings over that stretch. With the team looking at a possible six-man rotation once Steven Matz (forearm) gets healthy, Oswalt's spot should be secure as long as he's performing.
Oswalt will be given one more turn in the rotation, Matt Ehalt of The Bergen Record reports.
Steven Matz (forearm) won't be ready to return over the weekend, so Oswalt will be afforded at least one more start with the big club, which will likely come Saturday against the Marlins. The 24-year-old held his own in his first start, allowing three runs while striking out four across six innings.
Oswalt allowed three runs on eight hits while striking out four across six innings but didn't factor into the decision Sunday against Atlanta.
Oswalt's three earned runs came via the home-run ball, as he surrendered a solo blast in the fifth and a two-run homer in the seventh to tie the game. Despite a 1-2 record through six starts, Oswalt has pitched well of late, as he's given up six runs and issued just two walks over 16 innings (three starts). It's unclear if he'll get to make another start, as Oswalt was recalled from Triple-A Las Vegas on Friday to fill in for the injured Steven Matz (forearm). Matz is eligible to return from the shelf starting Saturday.
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