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Gee (groin) will make one more rehab start for Double-A Binghamtom before being activated from the disabled list, Adam Rubin of ESPN New York reports.

Gee was originally expected to be activated this week, but the Mets will push that back a bit in preparation of using a six-man rotation at the start of June. That plan is expected to continue for the foreseeable future, so don't look for many two-start weeks from Gee or the rest of the Mets' staff any time soon.

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The Mets will use a six-man rotation when Gee (groin) is activated off the disabled list this week, ESPN New York reports.

It remains to be seen how long this lasts. But for now, Gee will slot back into the Mets' rotation rather than pitching out of the bullpen. His next start should come Tuesday or Wednesday, as he made a rehab start Thursday at High-A St. Lucie.

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Gee (groin) allowed just three hits and no runs while striking out five over 6.1 innings Thursday for High-A St. Lucie, Adam Rubin of ESPN New York reports.

Gee threw 93 pitches and showed he is ready to return to the majors. His role when he does come back is still up in the air, as the Mets have to decide what to do with Noah Syndergaard and/or Jon Niese.

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Gee (groin) will make his next rehab start Thursday with High-A St. Lucie, Adam Rubin of ESPN New York reports.

Gee's rehab start is likely unnecessary, but probably relates to the success of top prospect Noah Syndergaard in his first two major league starts. Regardless, he should be fine after his next rehab start, at which point the Mets will have a decision to make regarding his role with the club moving forward.

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Manager Terry Collins said Sunday that Gee (groin) would make another rehab start, Adam Rubin of ESPN New York reports.

Perhaps more importantly, Collins was noncommittal when asked if Gee would have a rotation spot awaiting him upon his return from the disabled list, suggesting the Mets may be leaning toward sticking with top prospect Noah Syndergaard in their rotation. Gee, who tossed four innings and struck out seven batters at High-A St. Lucie on Saturday, is expected to throw 100 pitches in his next rehab outing, after which Collins should provide a clearer outline for the right-hander's return date and his eventual role with the Mets.

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Gee (groin) will begin a rehab assignment with High-A St. Lucie on Saturday, Adam Rubin of ESPN New York reports.

Gee just resumed throwing earlier in the week, but he is now ready to resume pitching in game action. It's not clear what Gee's next step will be, but he is eligible to be activated from the disabled list Tuesday.

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Gee (groin) resumed throwing Tuesday, Adam Rubin of ESPN New York reports.

An ESPN New York report from earlier Wednesday suggested Gee would start up with his throwing this weekend, but apparently he already cleared that initial hurdle. It's uncertain, however, when Gee may return to mound work, and his starting job could be in jeopardy if Noah Syndergaard fares well in the weeks ahead.

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Gee (groin) is expected to resume throwing Saturday, Adam Rubin of ESPN New York reports.

The right-hander is set to start back up with his throwing program at the Mets' spring complex in Port St. Lucie, Florida, a week after receiving a pain-killing shot to treat his groin strain. Noah Syndergaard's performance in his next couple starts will dictate Gee's role upon his return.

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Gee has a shot Saturday for his strained groin and will head down to Port St. Lucie shortly to start rehab, Kristie Ackert of the NY Daily News reports.

Gee is eligible to return from the disabled list on May 19, though it's unclear if he will be ready then. Noah Syndergaard has been promoted and will start in Gee's spot in the rotation while he is sidelined. If Syndergaard is pitching well, Gee could be hard-pressed to regain his spot.

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Gee was placed on the 15-day disabled list with a mild groin strain Friday, Matt Ehalt of The Record reports.

Having last pitched May 3, Gee will be eligible to return from the disabled list May 19 against the Cardinals. Of course, even if he's ready by that time, there's no guaranteed Gee will still have a spot in the Mets' rotation. The team is calling up top prospect Noah Syndergaard for the corresponding transaction, with the 22-year-old scheduled to make his MLB debut Tuesday in Chicago. Syndergaard figures to get at least two starts, and if he pitches well, it will be hard for the Mets to justify sending him back down.