It’s far too early in Spring Training to get excited about one start, but there is nothing wrong with being optimistic.
On Sunday, Dillon Gee pitched three strong innings for the Mets in a 6-4 loss to Miami.
Gee looked a little amped up to begin the game, throwing several pitches high in the strike zone, but things calmed down for the righty and he worked through the three innings allowing three hits and a walk while striking out one.
Gee worked with potential starting catcher John Buck and the twosome looked comfortable after things calmed down.
It was the 26 year old’s first start since July 7. After pitching a wonderful game against the Cubs, he felt numbness in his right hand. It was discovered that he had a blood clot in his shoulder that required emergency surgery.
Mets360 projected in early February that Gee would see improvements in several categories this season which included innings pitched, earned run average, strikeouts and quality starts, despite coming back from su...