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Dillon Gee to make rehab start in Brooklyn on Friday

7:39 p.m.: The Mets are now debating whether to bring Dillon Gee back before the All-Star break, or to wait until after the break to activate him (Vorkunov, July 1).

If Gee’s return is delayed, it would be done so in order to prevent Gee from being idle for eight days or more between starts.


According to the Mets, Dillon Gee will make his next rehab start this Friday for Single-A Brooklyn.

It will be Gee’s third rehab start since being placed on the disabled list on May 11 with a right lat injury.

During his rehab start this past Sunday, also for Brooklyn, Gee tossed 55 pitches while allowing one run in 2 2/3 innings pitched.

Friday is expected to be Gee’s final rehab start before rejoining the Mets.

When Gee is activated from the disabled list, it’s expected that Daisuke Matsuzaka will shift from the starting rotation to the bullpen.




6 comments
Not4Nutten
Not4Nutten

Will The Mets Honor Frank Cashen with his initials on their jerseys? Or will they continue to be the laughing stock of Baseball?

Debi Taylor
Debi Taylor

How much longer do the wilpons  really believe they can keep selling this crap!

Frank Tangorra
Frank Tangorra

With the excess of pitching the Mets have I think guys like Dice K & Colon should be made available in packages. And no not for prospects. The one thing Sandy has to start doing is making trades for major league players.

Kenneth Meltsner
Kenneth Meltsner

Seems like the guy has been gone forever. What is it with this team and those lingering injuries? Let's hope for no setbacks. I really do not want to sit through another glacially-paced Dice-K start.

eric88
eric88

He has shown no ability to make those types of trades.

eric88
eric88

To sell tickets they always pretend guys will be back earlier.