The Mets have placed RH reliever Bobby Wahl on the 10-day DL due to a right hamstring strain and promoted LH reliever Daniel Zamora from Double-A Binghamton, the team announced Friday.
Wahl, who was acquired in July from the A's in the Jeurys Familia deal, allowed six runs in 5.1 innings (seven appearances) while walking four and striking out seven for the Mets after being promoted from Triple-A Las Vegas.
The 25-year-old Zamora's first Mets appearance will be his big league debut.
He has a 3.48 ERA in 40 appearances for Binghamton this season with 69 strikeouts and 16 walks, and has fared better against right-handers (hitting .157 against him) than left-handers (.244).
Zamora, who has a 2.80 career ERA in the minors, was acquired from the Pirates along with cash considerations on January 31 in exchange for LHP Josh Smoker.
The Mets' 40-man roster is full, so they'll have to remove someone to make room. That can easily be done by moving either Jamie Callahan or Phil Evans from the 10-day to the 60-day disabled list.