Mets closer Jeurys Familia was activated from the disabled list before Friday's game against the Nationals, with OF Michael Conforto (shoulder) placed on the 60-day disabled list -- ending his season.
Familia, who had surgery in May to clear up a blood clot, pitched in relief with the Brooklyn Cyclones for the second time in two days Wednesday night. He was also suspended 15 games at the beginning of the season for violating MLB's domestic violence policy.
He said Thursday morning that he feels great, is 100 percent, and that the doctors told him everything is clear injury-wise.
"Finishing the season with the team is huge for me to get my confidence back," Familia said after Wednesday's game, according to the Daily News. "I don't worry about the saves. ... I just want to finish strong and get ready for next season."
According to multiple reports, in both rehab appearances, Familia had strong command of all his pitches, while reaching 97 MPH with his fastball.