Mets’ Carlos Carrasco To Miss Up To A Month With Oblique Injury – Who Will Replace Him?

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New York Mets starting pitcher Carlos Carrasco could miss as much as a month due to an oblique injury. The team announced today that an MRI revealed a low-grade strain. The estimated time Carrasco will miss is between three-to-four weeks. The 35-year-old suffered the injury during last night’s game against the Atlanta Braves. Although there was a rain delay, Mets manager Buck Showalter said after last night’s 13-1 loss that the injury occurred when he threw his last pitch of the second inning. Carrasco was just able to complete two innings where he gave up four hits and two runs. On the season…

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