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Dillon Gee might be 2-3 weeks from returning to Mets

Dillon Gee still might be 2-3 weeks from returning from the disabled list, Terry Collins told reporters in Chicago on Wednesday.

Gee has yet to resume throwing after he was shut down 11 days ago and the Mets are not certain when he will resume throwing.

“This obviously was more than we thought it was going to be so when his body tells him it’s time and he’s OK, he’ll resume,” Collins explained (Newsday, June 5).




7 comments
hankincolo
hankincolo

At least we have a time frame and another example of why teams need pitchers and more pitchers. In retrospect, if not for this injury (and sorry Gee suffered it) we might not have been able to see DeGrom.

BringBackDaveTelghe
BringBackDaveTelghe

So....two missed starts leads to two months out?  And Lagares hurts his rib cage and is either forced in or forced his way in and we lose him for 2 weeks.

More of the same crap.

Brian Webster
Brian Webster

I said when Gee first went on the DL that if he was back before the All Star Break I'd be shocked.

Brian Webster
Brian Webster

@hankincolo  Or if we did see him he would've been moved to the BP and who knows how that would've turned out

hankincolo
hankincolo

@JimmyBXnyc  I always like how when the head coach is asked about a player's injury he'll say, ..."he's got a knee"... and that's it! 

Brian Webster
Brian Webster

@JimmyBXnyc  They weren't lying when they said that about Gee that's what they really thought. However he tried to throw for the 1st time on their initial schedule and he made things much worse apparently