New York Mets stud lefty Steven Matz will make just one more rehab start before joining the big league club once again.
They’ve scored 73 runs in their last seven games (all wins), and are just about ready to welcome back one of their young studly arms.
It’s been confirmed that lefty Steven Matz will make just one more rehab start before joining the big league club for the second time in 2015. The start will come with Double-A Binghamton on Monday as they oppose Reading.
Matz breezed through six scoreless innings in a rehab start for the B-Mets on Wednesday against Erie, requiring only 57 pitches and surrendering one hit, via Adam Rubin of ESPN New York. That was Matz’s third rehab start as he works back from a strained lat muscle.
Matz will join the team coinciding with the rosters expanding to 40. The belief is the club will go back to their six-man rotation.
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