Mets' Noah Syndergaard, Seth Lugo, J.D. Davis set to begin rehab assignments

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Noah Syndergaard standing on field at spring training looking straight ahead close crop
Noah Syndergaard standing on field at spring training looking straight ahead close crop

Shortly after losing both Michael Conforto and Jeff McNeil to the 10-day IL on Monday, the Mets provided good injury news on three other very important players.

J.D. Davis (hand) will begin a rehab assignment on Tuesday with Triple-A Syracuse.

Seth Lugo (elbow) will begin a rehab assignment on Tuesday with Low-A St. Lucie.

Noah Syndergaard (Tommy John surgery recovery) will begin a rehab assignment on Wednesday for St. Lucie, where he is scheduled to get the start.

Davis, who has been ramping things up recently and is the closest one to a return, could potentially be back by this weekend when the Mets play the Marlins in Miami.

Lugo was transferred to the 60-day IL on Monday to make room for Johneshwy Fargas on the 40-man roster. but the expectation is that Lugo will be ready to return on May 31 when he is first eligible.

As far as Syndergaard, his projected return date remains the middle of June.