Morning Briefing: DeGrom Throws To Live Hitters

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Good morning, Mets fans!

Jacob deGrom took a step forward on Tuesday as he threw to live hitters. Max Scherzer also made his first rehab start for Double-A Binghamton. Both positive steps for the Grom and Sscherzer.

Latest Mets News

Trevor May tweeted out on Tuesday that he watched a “dig me” highlight reel of a 90ft. catch.

Mets outfielder Mark Cahna talked to SNYs Andy Martino about pride night, feminism, and the Tampa Bay Rays. He was quoted saying, “The way I was raised was to be nice to everybody. Be child. Be respectful. Be a good person.”

According to Mike Puma of The New York PostJeff McNeil‘s MRI on Tuesday did not show anything too concerning on his hamstring that he exited Monday’s game with tightness on. He will rest a few days, but not be heading to the injured list at this point.

Max Scherzer talked with the media about his Tuesday evening rehab start with the Binghamton Rumble Ponies.

Latest MLB News

Per Robert Murray of fan sidedaccording to sources, the New York Yankees claimed right-handed pitcher Albert Abreuc off of waiver. Abreu was recently designated for assignment by the Kansas City Royals.

according to ESPNs Jesse Rogers, effective today, MLB will require all teams to ‘muddy’ balls in the same memo.

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Sam Klein recaps the last week of Mets minor league action featuring power surges from Francisco Alvarez and Mark Vientos

John Sheridan discusses MMO’s three up and three down for the Mets’ series against the Marlins.

Alexis Farinaccic recaps David Peterson‘s strong scoreless out from Monday afternoon.

Alex Horowitz talks about the first All-Star ballot that includes Pete Alonso Starling Marte

Henry Gold talks about how the 2022 Mets hitters are faring close to the halfway point of the season.

Liz Evangelou previews the series between the Astros and Mets in Houston.

James Villanic talks about Max Scherzer’s rehab starts on Monday night for Double-A Binghamton.

On This Day in Mets History:

1987: Tom Sever announces his retirement from baseball.

birthdays: Darrell Cecilian (32), Willie Harris (44), Ron Hodges (73)

Let’s go Mets!

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