Edwin Diaz won’t try to pitch for Mets this season after knee injury

The trumpets for Edwin Diaz at Citi Field officially won’t blare until 2024.

The Mets closer will not try to pitch in a game this season, according to’s Anthony DiComo.

Diaz will continue to throw bullpen sessions through September and is expected back next season.

There was thought that Diaz, who suffered a torn patella tendon during an on-field celebration at the World Baseball Classic in March, would try to pitch in a game before the end of 2023 to get his feet wet before spring training. 

But it appears he and the Mets have opted against it.   

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