Neil Walker and Matt Harvey are the latest injury victims for the New York Mets as they will be out for the next several weeks.
Harvey was diagnosed with a stress injury to the scapula in his throwing shoulder. He allowed four runs in four innings in Wednesday’s game and complained of a tired arm after the game. Walker has a partially torn left hamstring. The second baseman, who has been put on the 10-day disabled list, received a platelet-rich plasma injection after leaving Wednesday’s game early and will start rehab immediately, according to Kristie Ackert of the New York Daily News.
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“We don’t want (our top, premium prospects) to have to go back (to Triple-A),” he said. “This is about winning. This isn’t about Super Two status, that’s gone, that’s passed.”
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