SP,RP - NYM - IL60
Mets RHP Robert Gsellman reportedly has a torn lat and will miss 6-8 weeks of action.
Gsellman was placed on the 10-day IL earlier on Monday. Losing him hurts the Mets' bullpen depth.
SNY's Andy Martino reports Mets RHP Robert Gsellman is heading to the 10-day IL due to a lat injury.
The Mets continue to have unfortunate injury luck. Gsellman last pitched on Saturday, when he started one of the day's doubleheaders and logged two innings.
Robert Gsellman allowed one run on three hits in two innings.
Gsellman's got a 3.71 ERA this season.
The Mets informed RHP Robert Gsellman that he made the Opening Day roster.
Gsellman will operate out of the bullpen to begin the year, which means he doesn't carry much fantasy value. He will likely function between middle and long relief to start out.
RHP Robert Gsellman and the Mets have avoided arbitration by agreeing to a one-year, $1.3 million deal.
Gsellman avoids arbitration and settles for a one-year deal with the Mets. He appeared in only six games in 2020 and was shut down in September due to a fractured rib. Gsellman owned a 9.64 ERA, 2.14 WHIP and a 9:8 K:BB across 14 innings in 2020.