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Mets to place Johneshwy Fargas on IL, Jordan Yamamoto likely to join (Report)

Yes, that’s right. It’s an IL that didn’t seem like it could get any larger, but that’s reportedly what’s occurring for New York. According to Jon Morosi of MLB Network, the Mets will be placing centerfielder Johneshwy Fargas on the list — this follows his collision with the outfield fence during Monday night’s loss to Colorado.
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Jordan Yamamoto slams Mets fans on Twitter for ‘harassing’ his wife

Jordan Yamamoto called out Mets fans on Twitter for harassing his wife, Madison, after his shoddy outing on Sunday. The right-hander allowed five runs in four innings in a series-closing 5-1 setback, but his wife seemingly bore the brunt of the outing. “I know Twitter is sometimes not a very...
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Mets pitcher Jordan Yamamoto tells fans to stop harassing his wife on Twitter after bad start

"I will address this once and once only. I know Twitter is sometimes not a very nice place and to some of you it may seem fun to troll people. But you don't go and harass my WIFE! She isn't the one playing the game nor wearing the uniform! If you should be trolling any one, it should be me. Tag me and comment on my posts, it is my fault and my fault alone. I gave up those 5 runs. My own errors and lack of focus got away from me that inning. So don't go and harass her! Because I understand as a professional athlete, that comes with the territory. But our family and spouses did not sign up for that. They don't deserve that! No one deserves that. We preach love and compassion towards one another. So with all that being said, I truly appreciate the true fan base for sticking up for my wife when they seen those nasty tweets. So thank you! Also we are moving onward and upward! That game is in the past and it is time to move to today because we have a new series and a new day to get better and be better! Much Love #MetsTwitter"
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Mets pitcher Jordan Yamamoto calls out fans for attacking his wife on Twitter over his poor performance: 'It is my fault... Don't go and harass her!'

New York Mets pitcher Jordan Yamamoto is lashing out at fans for attacking his wife on Twitter over his poor performance against the Miami Marlins on Sunday. 'I will address this once and once only,' Yamamoto wrote in a statement on Twitter. 'I know Twitter is sometimes not a very nice place and to some of you it may seem fun to troll people. But you don't go and harass my WIFE!'

Jordan Yamamoto Roughed Up in First Start For Mets

The Mets needed a knight in shining armor to get them through the end of their road trip. Instead, they got Jordan Yamamoto. And he wasn’t exactly heroic. The 25-year-old right-hander spent most of his time down in Triple-A before Sunday, posting a 3.82 ERA and a 1.65 WHIP over 9.2 innings. These statistics were a positive sign for Yamamoto, who had an abysmal shortened season in 2020 throwing for the Miami Marlins, allowing 23 earned runs in just 11.1 innings.

Mets' Jordan Yamamoto: Moves to 60-day IL

Yamamoto (shoulder) was transferred to the 60-day injured list Tuesday. The 25-year-old landed on the 10-day IL earlier Tuesday with right shoulder soreness, and it didn't take long for him to shift to the 60-day IL. Yamamoto will be sidelined until at least late July. The Mets acquired outfielder Billy McKinney from the Brewers in a corresponding move.

Jordan Yamamoto Left Sunday’s Game with Shoulder Soreness

New York Mets’ starting pitcher Jordan Yamamoto left his start on Sunday after experiencing shoulder soreness. Yamamoto, 25, surrendered five runs in a disastrous second inning on Sunday that was ultimately his undoing. The right-hander did rebound to pitch through the fourth, after which he was removed. Post game, while...
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Mets' Jordan Yamamoto leaves start with right shoulder soreness

Carlos Carrasco is still weeks away at the minimum from returning to make his Mets’ debut, per Tim Healey of Newsday (via Twitter). Jordan Yamamoto, one of the candidates to keep Carrasco’s rotation spot warm, left his start today with right shoulder soreness, per Healey. Today was just Yamamoto’s second appearance of the season and his first start. He took the loss surrendering five runs (four earned) on six hits and two walks with two strikeouts. The rotation is not the only area of concern for the first-place Mets, however…

Mets' Jordan Yamamoto: Expected to hit injured list

Yamamoto's sore shoulder is expected to send him to the injured list, Tim Britton of The Athletic reports. Yamamoto was pulled from his start Sunday against the Marlins due to the injury after allowing five runs in four innings of work. He'll likely hit the injured list to make way for Jacob deGrom (side), who's expected to be activated to start Tuesday against the Rockies.

Mets' Jordan Yamamoto: Set to start Sunday

Yamamoto will start Sunday's game against the Marlins, Deesha Thosar of the New York Daily News reports. The 25-year-old has lined up to start one of the weekend games in Miami this weekend since joining the team at the start of the series, and he's now been confirmed as the pitcher for Sunday's contest. Yamamoto made one appearance this season in early May and allowed one run on four hits with one strikeout and zero walks over 2.2 innings.

Mets' Jordan Yamamoto: Dealing with shoulder soreness

Yamamoto was removed from Sunday's start against the Marlins with right shoulder soreness, Tim Healey of Newsday reports. The right-hander was pulled due to the shoulder issue after surrendering five runs (four earned) on six hits across four innings. It was likely only a spot start for Yamamoto with Jacob deGrom (side) set to return from this injured list this week, but the 25-year-old could now be headed to the injured list rather than back to the minors.

Mets' Jordan Yamamoto: Called up by Mets

Yamamoto was recalled by the Mets on Saturday. Yamamoto was expected to be recalled to start one of the two weekend games against the Marlins. He's likely to get the call Sunday, as Joey Lucchesi started Saturday's contest.

Jordan Yamamoto Deserves Another Starting Opportunity

Just over a month and a half into the 2021 campaign, almost every organization across the major leagues has experienced an outbreak of injuries and that’s something the New York Mets have been plagued by as of late, as they currently have 12 total players on the injured list. Players...
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Mets Rotation: Jordan Yamamoto isn’t a solution, just a better option

Fool me once, shame on me. Fool me twice, shame on me again! Haven’t I learned? Hopefully, the New York Mets have. The bullpen/opener game has become far too common for the Mets this year. After some success with it against the St. Louis Cardinals in a doubleheader and a victory in a game versus the Arizona Diamondbacks last week, the club tried things once more in the second match against the Tampa Bay Rays this weekend. The result wasn’t as intended. Opener Drew Smith tossed a pair of shutout innings before Joey Lucchesi entered as the first reliever/long-man.

Mets move Carlos Carrsco to 60-day IL, recall Tommy Hunter, option Jordan Yamamoto

The Mets have moved Carlos Carrasco to the 60-day injured list, called up Tommy Hunter from Triple-A Syracuse to be activated for today’s game against the Cardinals, and optioned Jordan Yamamoto to Syracuse. Carrasco suffered a hamstring injury in spring training, and the Mets had originally hoped to have him back sometime in the near future.