Mets’ harmed arms, Travis d’Arnaud inching toward return

Steven Matz and Seth Lugo took another step in their rehabs from elbow injuries and catcher Travis d’Arnaud began his rehab behind from a right wrist damage Thursday in a Class-A diversion for St. Lucie.

Matz threw 53 pitches, permitting a run on dual hits and dual walks, distinguished out three. The lefty is entrance behind from annoy in his left elbow.

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Steven Matz, who has dealt with injuries via his immature career, would be a acquire further to a depleted Mets rotation.

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Lugo, who is perplexing to equivocate Tommy John medicine for a ripped ulnar material vinculum in his right elbow, threw 42 pitches in 3.2 scoreless innings. He authorised only dual hits and did not travel or strike out a batter.

Seth Lugo is anticipating to equivocate Tommy John medicine after ripping a ulnar material vinculum in his pitching bend during a spring.

Seth Lugo is anticipating to equivocate Tommy John medicine after ripping a ulnar material vinculum in his pitching bend during a spring.

(John Bazemore/AP)

D’Arnaud held 7 innings in a same game, his initial rehab coming given going on a infirm list with a painful right wrist. He went 2-for-4.

After perplexing to play by a wrist injury, Travis d'Arnaud landed on a infirm list and is commencement his rehab in hopes of rejoining a Mets in brief order.

After perplexing to play by a wrist injury, Travis d’Arnaud landed on a infirm list and is commencement his rehab in hopes of rejoining a Mets in brief order.

(Nick Wass/ASSOCIATED PRESS)

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