I spent most of the day on the backfields at Port St. Lucie today and had some fun watching many of the minor leaguers already in camp, many of whom are reporting early. I made a few small notes I wanted to share with the readers on MMO, but mostly wanted to pass along a significant health update on one of our top prospects.
As most of the readers here know, 19-year old righthander Michael Fulmer injured his knee two weeks ago while working out at PSL.
The Mets’ supplemental pick from the 2011 First year Player Draft, had to undergo surgery to repair a torn meniscus in his right knee at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York.
Meniscus injuries can be tricky sometimes especially for pitchers and even more so when it’s on the leg you land on after you deliver a pitch. Recovery times can range from three to six to ten weeks, and every case is unique.
While there has been no official update from the team, I saw Michael Fulmer today and I’m happy to report that by all accounts, the...