Mets reliever Seth Lugo talked about his fractured left pinky toe on Wednesday, explaining that he suffered the injury when he stubbed it on the ottoman in his hotel room Monday night, and updated his progress toward a return.
Lugo noted that there was a slight miscommunication on Tuesday and that he has not stopped throwing entirely -- he has only stopped throwing from the slope of the mound for now.
Adding that he is not too concerned, Lugo said he would continue his throwing progression.
Mets manger Luis Rojas said Tuesday that there is "no concern at all."
"It's probably gonna take a little later until he starts participating in games, but we're not concerned about it. ... they're doing a padding on his spikes," Rojas added. "He was testing it walking around today and everything. It's his left foot, so landing on it the next three days we'll see how it progresses and then he'll start throwing."