The Mets are dealing with some injuries to key players.
Here's the rundown...
Amed Rosario (left kne/leg):
Rosario, who is day-to-day, received an MRI on Tuesday on his upper leg that came back clean, manager Mickey Callaway said, adding that Rosario is feeling better.
The 22-year-old Rosario was hit in the hip by a pitch during Saturday's game and then felt something "weird" in his knee shortly after while scoring from second base.
Anthony Swarzak (strained left calf):
Swarzak began a throwing progression last Friday and threw a modified bullpen session on Monday morning.
He left last Tuesday's game against the Astros in the top of the third inning due to the injury, which he suffered while running to cover first base.
Dominic Smith (strained right quad):
Smith continued to hit on Tuesday, facing Jacob deGrom during his simulated game.
Michael Conforto (recovery from shoulder surgery):
Conforto took batting practice Tuesday for the first time since his surgery. He has been working his way back, with an expected return date of roughly May 1.
"There's the May 1st date, and that kind of gives me an idea," he said last month. "As a competitor, it's tough for me not to look at that date and want to get out there before that."