MLB: Max Scherzer says he can’t wait any longer to return to activity with the Mets

After little more than 2 months of season in the Major League Baseball (MLB), Max Scherzerstar of the New York Metshas only been able to see action in 8 games, due to a strain in an oblique muscle left, so it has been out of business for over a month.

However, according to the report of the journalist Bill Ladson of MLB.com, the 37-year-old veteran is scheduled to have a start in Double A tomorrow Tuesday, as the last step of his recovery, something that he is eager to return to the diamonds from the Big Top to Scherzer.

I can not wait more. I came here to win and I want to be a part of it. We are fine. We’ve been doing things the right way, but we haven’t won anything yetScherzer said, speaking to MLB.com.

Mets on the right track

Although the Mets have barely had Max Scherzer, who is a 3-time winner of the Cy YoungAnd totally missing out on 2-time Cy Young winner Jacob deGrom, who is rehabbing from a nondisplaced fracture of his right shoulder blade, the New Yorkers have done enough to put themselves on track for the postseason.

They currently sit in first place in the NL East, 6 games ahead of the defending World Series champion Atlanta Braves.

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