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Dillon Gee | Starting Pitcher

Team: New York Mets
Age / DOB:  (29) / 4/28/1986
Ht / Wt:  6'1' / 204
Bats / Throws: Right / Right
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Dillon Gee (groin) will make one more rehab start.
The Mets had been expected to add Gee to the mix this week as part of a six-man rotation, but they'll wait until the first week of June to make the move. Gee has put up a 3.86 ERA and 1.35 WHIP over five starts this season. May 24 - 10:42 AM

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Dillon Gee (groin) will rejoin the Mets on Sunday in Pittsburgh.

Manager Terry Collins indicated that Gee will rejoin the rotation but also that Noah Syndergaard will stick around, so it sounds like the club is poised to go with a six-man rotation at least for a while. Gee posted a 3.86 ERA and 1.35 WHIP over five starts before going on the disabled list earlier this month with a groin injury.
May 22 - 4:51 PM

Dillon Gee (groin) will get his pitch count up to 100 in his next rehab start.

It will be a big jump after he threw just 54 pitches in Saturday's outing at High-A St. Lucie. Gee should be cleared to rejoin the Mets' rotation after his next rehab start, although it's always possible that Noah Syndergaard will make a case to retain his spot.
May 17 - 10:34 AM

Dillon Gee (groin) struck out seven over four innings of one-run ball in a rehab start with High-A St. Lucie on Saturday.

The Mets haven't provided a timetable for Gee's return, but obviously he's going to need at least one more rehab start. That means Noah Syndergaard will get at least a couple more shots with the big club.
May 17 - 9:36 AM

Mets general manager Sandy Alderson said that while Dillon Gee (groin) is eligible to return from the DL on May 19, that might be "a little aggressive."

Gee was placed on the 15-day disabled list on May 8 after suffering a groin strain. He's been throwing and doesn't look like he's too far off, but the Mets might hold him back to make sure he's not pushing the injury too hard. Noah Syndergaard pitched well in his major league debut and there's no need for the team to rush Gee back.
May 15 - 6:17 PM

Dillon Gee (groin) resumed throwing Tuesday.

It was previously reported that Gee wouldn't begin throwing until Saturday, but that information seems to be erroneous. Gee was placed on the 15-day disabled list on May 8 with the groin strain, so the fact that he's already throwing suggests he won't be out much beyond his 15 days. What the Mets do at that point, assuming Noah Syndergaard is still throwing well, will be interesting to watch.
May 13 - 6:23 PM

Dillon Gee (groin) will resume throwing on Saturday.

Gee was placed on the 15-day disabled list on May 8 with a mild groin strain and was given a cortisone injection on May 10. There's no exact timetable for his return, but it shouldn't be too long. Top prospect Noah Syndergaard has filled the vacancy in the Mets' rotation.
May 13 - 5:15 PM

Dillon Gee (groin) received a cortisone injection on Saturday.

Gee will begin a rehab assignment with Triple-A Las Vegas eventually and looks to be in line for a minimum stay on the disabled list. Noah Syndergaard is taking his spot in the rotation in the meantime.
May 10 - 11:07 AM

Mets placed RHP Dillon Gee on the 15-day disabled list with a mild groin strain.

The Mets had hoped they would be able to get by simply by pushing Gee's next start back, but it looks as though they'll take the cautious approach instead. Noah Syndergaard will make his season debut in his place on Tuesday.
May 8 - 6:59 PM

Dillon Gee could have his scheduled start on Sunday versus the Phillies pushed back a few days due to a groin issue.

Gee evidently suffered the injury during last weekend's outing against the Nationals. It doesn't appear the disabled list is under consideration, but the right-hander may simply need a little extra rest. The Mets could just move up Bartolo Colon to start Sunday on regular rest.
May 8 - 5:18 PM

Dillon Gee managed to only give up one run but wasn't sharp Sunday, yielding six hits and five walks over five frames in a loss.

Gee did record five punchouts, but he needed 94 pitches to get through five innings and was flirting with trouble all day. Although he wasn't great in this one, the right-hander has overall rebounded from a slow first two starts, allowing just four runs across his last three outings. He'll face the Phillies next weekend.
May 3 - 4:34 PM

Dillon Gee allowed just one run, needing only 70 pitches to get through 7 2/3 innings in a no-decision versus the Marlins on Monday.

Gee had shut the Marlins out through seven, but got into two-out trouble in the eighth. Justin Bour, Gee Gordon, and Martin Prado hit consecutive singles to plate the game's first run to chase Gee from the game. The Mets came back in the next frame to take Gee out of the running for the loss. Overall, the right-hander gave up six hits, walked none, and struck out three. Gee has been solid over his last two starts, lowering his ERA to 4.26. He'll look to keep it going over the weekend at home against the Nationals next.
Apr 27 - 9:10 PM

Dillon Gee allowed two runs over seven innings Wednesday in his start against the Braves.

Gee struck out three, and his one walk was an intentional pass to the No. 8 hitter. He needed a solid outing to add to his job security, so this takes some pressure off. Still, there's a good chance he'll be surpassed by Rafael Montero eventually.
Apr 22 - 10:34 PM

Dillon Gee pitched five innings and allowed five runs on eight hits in Saturday's loss to the Braves.

Gee struck out five and walked just one, but the game unraveled in the fifth inning, when he allowed RBI doubles to Christian Bethancourt and Andrelton Simmons, an RBI triple to Eric Young Jr. and an RBI single to Nick Markakis. The Braves just missed out on hitting for a collective RBI cycle in the frame (Freddie Freeman did chip in a solo home run in the first inning, though). The Braves ultimately scored four runs in that fifth inning. Gee was the subject of some spring trade speculation and starts like this aren't going to endear him to the Mets' front office. He'll try to improve when he faces the Marlins in his next start.
Apr 11 - 10:30 PM

Dillon Gee pitched 4 2/3 innings of two-run ball in Saturday's match-up with the Rangers.

He struck out four, walked two and allowed five hits while throwing 83 pitches. Both runs allowed came on infield singles. ESPN's Adam Rubin recently wrote that the Mets might be looking to trade the pitcher. If he's moved, prospect Rafael Montero would take his place in the rotation. Montero's the more interesting fantasy prospect, but Gee does provide serviceable, if unspectacular, innings. Gee's posted an ERA under 2.50 over 26 1/3 innings this spring. Expect an ERA closer to 4.00 in the regular season.
Apr 4 - 5:15 PM

Depth Charts

Batters
PosRoleName
C1Travis d'Arnaud
2Kevin Plawecki
3Anthony Recker
4Johnny Monell
1B1Lucas Duda
2B1Daniel Murphy
2Dilson Herrera
SS1Wilmer Flores
2Ruben Tejada
3B1David Wright
LF1Michael Cuddyer
2Cesar Puello
CF1Juan Lagares
2Darrell Ceciliani
RF1Curtis Granderson
2John Mayberry
Starting Pitcher
PosRoleName
S1Matt Harvey
2Jacob deGrom
3Jon Niese
4Bartolo Colon
5Dillon Gee
6Noah Syndergaard
7Rafael Montero
8Zack Wheeler
Relief Pitcher
PosRoleName
R1Jenrry Mejia
2Jeurys Familia
3Carlos Torres
4Vic Black
5Alex Torres
6Jerry Blevins
7Buddy Carlyle
8Sean Gilmartin
9Hansel Robles
10Erik Goeddel
11Jack Leathersich
12Bobby Parnell
13Josh Edgin