May 23, 2024

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Starling Mart has been diagnosed with a non-displaced finger fracture

Starling Mart has been diagnosed with a non-displaced finger fracture

Mets defensive player Starling Mart He was diagnosed with a partial fracture of the middle finger on his right hand, the team told reporters (Including Steve Gilps from SNY). The club currently considers him day in and day out, although it remains to be seen if he will eventually need to serve a spell on the injured list.

Marty was injured last night, when he got hit in the hand at 96 mph from Pittsburgh. Mitch Keeler. He’s out of the game after a few rounds, and he’s sat down today with a double-header. The Mets didn’t give a timeline of when they expect Marte to be ready to work in the game, though it seems encouraging that they didn’t immediately put him on the hit list. Expanding active rosters in September from 26 to 28 players gives the Mets a little more room to give Marte a few days, especially with a day off tomorrow to reassess his condition.

Marte signed a four-year, $78 million deal over the winter, and had his first All-Star season at Queens. He hit .292/.347/.468 by 505 trips to the plate, on par with the best offensive seasons of his career. The football player managed to communicate with 16 people, 24 doubles, and fives. He’s been chipped in at 18 base steals (albeit with nine busted steals) and served as the club’s primary right-hander and hitter #2.

Mets turned into Tyler Naken On the right field today, he would presumably get the majority of playing time if he forced Marty back from play. Left-handed batter Naquin can split time with his right hand Darren Rove in the opposite corner Mark Kanhawith Brandon Nemo Continue to the man’s center field.

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