The injuries that have plagued the New York Mets pitching staff seem to be never-ending, as a new report shows that now every Mets pitcher is out for the year.
Few around the league thought the Mets woes could get any worse than what they were just a month ago, with four out of their five starting pitchers either out for the season or on the DL.
But now, immediately following a loss to the San Francisco Giants in the National League wild-card game, Mets manager Terry Collins said he does not expect any of his pitchers to be playing for the remainder of the year.
“You never really know what to blame this stuff on,” said Collins. “Maybe these guys are out because the workload finally got to them. Maybe it’s just bad luck. Or maybe it’s because our season technically ended with that loss to the Giants. Who knows?”