Mets' Carlos Carrasco strains right hamstring; unlikely he starts regular season on time

PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. — The Mets’ rotation vacancies just went from one to two. Carlos Carrasco strained his right hamstring Thursday after he pitched live batting practice, the team announced in a statement. He sustained the injury during his conditioning, following his first sim game in 10 days. Carrasco will undergo an MRI, which will determine the next steps of his treatment. The right-hander was previously sidelined in camp for nearly a week with right elbow soreness. Prior to his hamstring injury, he was progressing well with his ramp-up and hitting all of his benchmarks. His latest miles…

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