Report: Max Scherzer may return to the Mets on Sunday

New York Mets ace Max Scherzer could return to the Premier League earlier than originally planned.

John Heyman of the New York Post announced on Sunday that Scherzer could return next Sunday against Marlins in Miami.

Scherzer, who is out with an inclined injury since May 18, has to play on Tuesday in the rehabilitation start of the minor league. According to Heyman, if all goes well, Scherzer will be “considered” to start on Sunday. Hayman also said the Mets did not provide a public date for Scherzer’s return due to possible failures.

On Wednesday, FOX’s Ken Rosenthal announced that the best-case scenario for the 37-year-old Scherzer would be his return at the end of June.

The Mets played well in Scherzer’s absence and can afford to spend time with him to make sure he is completely healthy in the second half of the season.

In the 29th game after Scherzer’s injury, the Mets made 20-9 and lead the National League East with 5.5 games. The Mets pitchers combined for the 13th lowest ERA level in the majors (3.86) and ranked first in autism (638), 10th in WHIP (1.22) and fifth in assists (603). , 2).

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