Mets RHP Noah Syndergaard will make a rehab start with Class-A Brooklyn on Tuesday as he aims to return from the injured list.
Syndergaard, whom the Mets placed on the IL with a strained right hamstring last week, could be activated as early as this weekend, though manager Mickey Callaway said before Sunday's game that he didn't have a definitive timeframe for Syndergaard's return.
Syndergaard was removed from his June 15 start against the St. Louis Cardinals seven pitches into the seventh inning and was diagnosed with a low-grade hamstring strain.
This season, Syndergaard is 5-4 with a 4.55 ERA in 15 starts. He has allowed 52 runs (48 earned) and has 93 strikeouts in 95 innings.
Syndergaard's hamstring injury is the first time he was placed on the IL with such issue. Last year, he missed a month due to a strained ligament in his right index finger and also was placed on the disabled list due to hand, foot and mouth disease. He missed most of the 2017 season due to a torn lat.