Lucas Duda’s rehab is over, will meet Mets in Washington
As the Mets prepare for their biggest series in seven years, they’ll be getting a big piece of their lineup back just in the nick of time as slugging first baseman Lucas Duda‘s rehab stint is over according to Press & Sun-Bulletin’s Lynn Worthy.
Binghamton Mets manager Pedro Lopez confirmed to Lynn that the 29-year-old is expected to join the team in D.C. on Monday.
After going on the disabled list on August 21st with back pain, Duda needed just two rehab games before re-joining the Mets.
In 113 games this season, Duda is hitting .247/.346/.472 with 28 doubles, 21 home runs and 56 RBI.