RP - NYM - IL60
Trevor May will be shut down from throwing for four weeks following a stress reaction on his humerus as reported by SNY's Steve Gelbs.
Trevor May underwent an MRI on Tuesday that revealed the stress reaction on the lower portion of his humerus. May will undergo another MRI in a month and the team will reassess the situation at that point. The earliest May will probably return would be mid to late June at this point.
The Mets placed Trevor May on the 15-day IL with right triceps inflammation on Tuesday. The team recalled Adonis Medina from Triple-A to take May's spot on the roster.
May admitted he wasn't fully healthy on Monday after getting knocked around a bit, and his ERA ballooned to 8.64. It's not the first time May has battled triceps issues, and given the Mets' place in the standings, they'll likely be careful with him. If you're rostering him in NL-only formats, feel free to move on.
Trevor May worked a perfect ninth inning of a 3-1 win for the Mets over the Giants on Tuesday to record his first save of the season. The right-hander recorded one strikeout without allowing a baserunner.
May got his first save opportunity of the season on Tuesday and converted it with ease. The reliever could get some more chances this season but remains behind Edwin Diaz in the closer pecking order.
Trevor May allowed two walks and one strikeout in one inning of work for the win. The Mets beat the Nationals 11-9 in game one Saturday, scoring two runs off Nats' closer Kyle Finnegan in the top of the eighth. They're now 68-67 on the season.
May is 7-2 this season with a 3.71 ERA. He's worth a look in deeper holds leagues.
Trevor May allowed one run on two hits, zero walks, and two strikeouts in one inning for the win on Saturday. May allowed the tie-breaking run but was bailed out by a three-run Michael Conforto home run.
May has a 3.86 ERA this season and isn't very helpful outside of holds leagues.