Despite the New York Mets are having a tough season and there are a lot of things going bad in the organization, there's always room for good news. But unfortunately, these are not good news but bad.
According to Mets' general manager, Sandy Alderson, the pitcher A.J. Ramos is not fully fit yet from his injury and maybe he will not come back anytime soon, as Alderson said to The Athletic's Tim Britton, and even maybe, Ramos would require surgery.
However, Alderson said that the team will look for a second opinion before taking action regarding Ramos' injury.
Ramos felt tightness in his shoulder during an appearance on May 26, when he allowed three earned runs in just 2/3 of an inning in Milwaukee.
AJ Ramos- Shoulder- Update- Ramos is considering surgery to address his shoulder injury, Anthony DiComo of https://t.co/wznV8oM89I reports. "We certainly don't expect him back anytime soon," general manager Sandy Alderson said. @Mets @AnthonyDiComo
— Fantasy Baseball Injury Guru (@mlbinjuryguru) 12 de junio de 2018
He was flown back to New York to undergo an MRI the following day, which revealed rotator cuff tendinitis.