Reliever Jacob Rhame will not be available out of the Mets' pen on Thursday night as he serves his one-game suspension.
Rhame was originally handed a two-game suspension on April 25th for "throwing a pitch in the area of the head" at Phillies first baseman Rhys Hoskins. He was then sent down to Triple-A Syracuse the next day to make room for Jacob deGrom as he returned from the Injured List.
Upon getting called back up on Tuesday to replace Zack Wheeler and appealing, Rhame's suspension was cut down to one game, which he will serve on Thursday against the Giants.
The 26-year-old right-hander has appeared in three games for the Mets this season, posting an 8.10 ERA.