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Dillon Gee is throwing again

Dillon Gee was shut down 12 days ago, but recently resumed throwing a baseball from flat ground, multiple beat reporters tweeted before Friday’s game.

Terry Collins said earlier this week that it might be 2-3 weeks before Gee returned from the disabled list.

Gee was put on the disabled list in early May with a strained lat muscle, at which time it was said he would only miss two starts.

“This obviously was more than we thought it was going to be,” Collins admitted during the team’s trip through Chicago (Newsday, June 5).




12 comments
Michael Zvirblis
Michael Zvirblis

Big deal. They stink, stink, stink. Year after year after year after.....

Jeffrey Miller
Jeffrey Miller

Always dlouble whatever Metsmedical brass says -! You know they have no idea of anything when you see their lips moving!

saveme
saveme

Gee is still weeks away......what a surprise, the Mets medical staff misdiagnosing another injury.  What a joke

Macacawitz
Macacawitz

Cards just executed triple play in Toronto.

whizz17
whizz17

Let's get him healed and pitching again. That way he become trade bait along with Murphy by the All Star break.

nolrog
nolrog

See, I knew that boot they put on his foot would help!

hankincolo
hankincolo

off-topic, but Johan Santana tore an achilles heel.
I saw it flashed on the bottom of the screen on MLB 

hankypanky
hankypanky

He's not trade bait until he's healed and takes a few turns.

owlnut
owlnut

@saveme Mets must have the worst medical and training staffs in the MLB. No, I take that back - in all sports. Two weeks is always our for 4-8 weeks. One month usually means out for the season.

nolrog
nolrog

@hankincolo  Wow.  For a guy who has made 21 starts in the last 4 years, he's pulled in like 80 million dollars in that time.



nolrog
nolrog

@hankypanky  I would look to move him though. One of my favorite players but I think he'd bring back a nice return.