New York Mets starting pitcher Marcus Stroman has been a big part of the NL East franchise’s resurgence this season, helping the team get back into the Wild Card picture after getting traded by the Toronto Blue Jays.
Stroman was forced to leave this evening’s game with an injury, unfortunately.
The New York Mets’ starter exited tonight’s game against the Cleveland Indians with an injury after four innings.
New York has announced Stroman’s injury is hamstring related.
Marcus Stroman is exiting the game after 4 innings: pic.twitter.com/O3b87n6nIc
— SNY (@SNYtv) August 22, 2019
“Left hamstring tightness for Marcus Stroman. He’s out of the game. Familia in,” SNY reporter Steve Gelbs tweeted.
Left hamstring tightness for Marcus Stroman. He’s out of the game. Familia in.
— Steve Gelbs (@SteveGelbs) August 22, 2019
Cleveland is currently leading New York, 1-0, in the fifth inning.
Stroman, 28, is 7-11 on the season with a 3.21 ERA. He’s made three starts for the Mets, with New York winning each of those games.
Stay tuned for more updates on Stroman and his injury.