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Mets recall Josh Edgin from Triple-A Las Vegas

By Danny Abriano

UPDATE, May 16:

The Mets announced Thursday that they had recalled Josh Edgin from Triple-A Las Vegas.

Coming on the heels of Kyle Farnsworth‘s release on Wednesday night, Edgin’s activation was expected.


Josh Edgin, who has been pitching out of the bullpen for Triple-A Las Vegas, is on his way to New York.

Mar 1, 2014; Port St. Lucie, FL, USA; New York Mets relief pitcher Josh Edgin (66) throws against the Miami Marlins in the spring training game at Tradition Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brad Barr-USA TODAY Sports

According to Adam Rubin of ESPN New York, it’s unclear whether Edgin will be activated after he arrives.

Edgin, 27, has held the opposition scoreless over his last 5.1 innings.

Overall, Edgin has posted a 4.97 ERA and unsightly 2.13 WHIP for Las Vegas. In 12.2 innings pitched, Edgin has allowed 16 hits, walked 11, and struck out 12.


If Edgin joins the bullpen, it stands to reason that he’ll be replacing either Jose Valverde or Kyle Farnsworth on the 25-man roster.

While the Mets could certainly use another lefty in the pen, Edgin hasn’t done anything that merits a callup.

It was thought that Vic Black would be the next bullpen arm called to New York. Apparently, Black’s return to the majors will have to wait a bit longer.