Here are some notable nuggets that happened during Tuesday’s Mets spring training action:
Trevor Williams scored two innings of scoreless relief in the Mets’ 2-0 exhibition win over the Astros at Clover Park. The right-handed debuted this spring.
Rob Zastryzny, a left aide at camp on a minor league deal, hit the side in the ninth for the save. The Mets are looking for a left bullpen option without a proven veteran for the spot.
Jeff McNeil started at DH and allowed Robinson Cano to tack at second base. Manager Buck Showalter is planning a lot of flexibility with Cano and McNeil between the two spots. In McNeil’s case, the flexibility could include occasional field service.
The schedule for Wednesday
The Mets will have a day of camp at Clover Park before resuming Grapefruit League action Thursday night. Chris Bassitt and Carlos Carrasco are expected to face off against the Marlins in Port St. Lucie.
https://nypost.com/2022/03/22/mets-reliever-trevor-williams-pitches-two-scoreless-innings/ Mets reliever Trevor Williams is putting up two scoreless innings