New York Mets starting pitcher Joey Lucchesi is going on the IL due to elbow inflammation. The New York Mets’ starting rotation suffered another blow on Friday, as left-hander Joey Lucchesi is going on the Injured List due to elbow inflammation. While Lucchesi is only 1-4 on the year in...
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The Mets’ starting rotation issues grew worse after a surprising move on Saturday. Already without much depth, they lost improving southpaw Joey Lucchesi to the injured list after their 5-1 win over the Nationals in Game 1 of a doubleheader. The Mets activated outfielder Albert Almora Jr. to take his place on the roster.
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The Mets have placed lefty Joey Lucchesi on the 10-day injured list due to inflammation in his throwing elbow. Albert Almora will take Lucchesi’s spot on the active roster, as the outfielder has been activated off the 10-day IL. With the Mets facing a number of injuries to their pitching...
After struggling in the beginning of his Mets career, Joey Lucchesi has turned his season around. After allowing four runs in just 1 2/3 innings on May 15 in Tampa Bay, Lucchesi did not allow more than one run in any of his next four outings. Joey Fuego looked to stay hot on Friday night in Washington D.C.
The Mets activated Albert Almora Jr. from the 10-day injured list and placed Joey Lucchesi on the IL, the team announced between doubleheader games on Saturday. Luis Rojas said before Game 1 that Almora would likely be activated before Game 2, and that the corresponding move hadn’t been decided yet. Lucchesi’s placement on the IL, however, comes as a surprise. He was just starting to turn his season around, putting together a few nice outings after a rough start to the year.
New York Mets pitcher Joey Lucchesi has turned his season around with a 1.58 ERA in his last four starts. But according to a close family member, being the under dog is a role he has embraced throughout his whole life. "You aren't good enough (to reach the majors)," is...
Lucchesi was placed on the 10-day injured list with left elbow inflammation Saturday, Tim Healey of Newsday reports. Lucchesi was sharp in Friday's start against the Nationals, as he allowed four hits and two walks while striking out five in 5.1 innings. However, he apparently developed an elbow injury during the outing and will miss at least one turn through the rotation as a result. The severity of his injury isn't yet clear, but his move to the injured list makes room on the active roster for Albert Almora (shoulder), who was reinstated from the 10-day IL ahead of Saturday's nightcap.
After spending the past month making his plea to go deeper into games, the Mets finally gave Joey Lucchesi a longer leash. On Friday night, Lucchesi for the first time this season faced an opposing lineup the third time through the order. It was a big step for Lucchesi, who last faced a hitter for the third time while pitching for the Padres in 2019. The Mets, this season, had been reluctant to let him go deeper into his outings after a rough start to the year.
On January 19th, 2021, the New York Mets helped facilitate a large deal between the Pittsburgh Pirates and San Diego Padres. In doing so, the Mets landed left-hander Joey Lucchesi. Coming into the spring training, the career 4.21 ERA pitcher was looked upon as a depth option and someone who...
Although the bullpen spoiled his latest impressive performance, Mets left-hander Joey Lucchesi has been on a roll lately. Facing his former team for the second time in nine days, Lucchesi tossed his best outing of the season against the Padres on Sunday, going five innings (season-high), allowing one run on four hits, and striking out six batters.
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Joey Lucchesi would like to think he has earned a shot at working through the batting order a third time, but will the Mets give him that opportunity?. The left-hander was removed at 72 pitches Sunday after allowing one earned run on four hits with six strikeouts and one walk over five innings. After the Mets’ bullpen squandered a one-run lead in a 7-3 loss to the Padres, he was asked about potentially working a third time through the lineup.
Lucchesi allowed a run on four hits and a walk and struck out six in five innings in a no-decision versus San Diego on Sunday. Lucchesi got off to a rough start when he allowed a leadoff home run to Tommy Pham in the first inning, but the southpaw settled down after that. He was denied a win after San Diego rallied for the lead in the seventh. Lucchesi has a 5.18 ERA, 1.18 WHIP and 36:9 K:BB across 33 innings this year. He's given up just three runs in his last 17.1 innings, so he'll look to carry some momentum into his next start, which is expected to be in Washington during next weekend's series.
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SAN DIEGO — Joey Lucchesi is attempting to show the Mets he’s part of the solution and not part of the problem. After a rocky start to the season, the left-hander has given the team three straight solid performances, at least bandaging an open wound at the back end of the rotation.
Joey Lucchesi made his first start back in San Diego on Friday night after the January three-team trade that sent him from the Padres to the Mets. Lucchesi pitched for the Padres from 2018-2020 and led the team in many pitching categories such as wins and strikeouts over the first two years. Coming off of impressive outings against the Marlins and Rockies, Lucchesi looked to continue his run of success in his first start against his former team.