Dillon Gee SP NYM 21 Hrs

Gee pitched 5.2 innings, allowing four runs on eight hits and two walks while striking out four batters before picking up his sixth loss (4-6) of the year in Tuesday's game against the A's.

Gee has really struggled since coming off the DL on July 9, having posted just two quality outings in his eight starts since being activated. He has given up at least four runs in five of those starts. As a result Gee's ERA has risen from 2.73 to 3.84 since his activation. Gee will look to turn it around in his next start which is set for Tuesday at home against the Braves.

Dillon Gee SP NYM 6 Days

Gee took the loss against the Nationals on Thursday, giving up four runs and four hits in six innings.

Gee didn't perform well in his last three starts during the month of July, but appeared to have corrected things with two great outings in August. The veteran righty is not going to overwhelm opposing hitters, and his strikeout rate has always been below average, but he normally doesn't get hammered either. He'll try to get back on track in his next start, pitching against a formidable Oakland lineup on the road.

Dillon Gee SP NYM 11 Days

Gee struck out four and walked three while giving up one run on three hits over seven innings against the Phillies on Saturday night.

He did not factor in the decision, but the start lowered Gee's season ERA to 3.54. Following a three-start stretch at the end of July where he gave up four-plus runs each time out, Gee has settled down against the Phillies and Giants in his last two turns. He'll face the Nationals at Citi Field on Thursday in his next start.

Dillon Gee SP NYM 16 Days

Gee finished Monday's matinee with a no-decision, allowing two runs in 5.2 innings against the Giants.

Dillon Gee SP NYM 22 Days

Dillon Gee fell to 4-4, allowing five runs in 6 2/3 innings as the Mets were shut out 6-0 in Tuesday's loss.

Gee had a decent start working for him, allowing only two runs on two solo home runs through six innings. In the seventh, he mixed base runners and outs, allowing Domonic Brown to reach on a single, hitting Ben Revere with a pitch, and walking Jimmy Rollins. Manager Terry Collins opted to bring in lefty reliever Josh Edgin to face the left-handed Chase Utley, but Utley deposited a grand slam into the upper deck in right field. Overall, Gee allowed five hits, walked three, and struck out two. He'll take a 3.77 ERA, 1.10 WHIP, and 53/21 K/BB ratio into Monday's start at home against the Giants.

Dillon Gee SP NYM 27 Days

Dillon Gee was hit hard in a loss to the Brewers on Thursday, allowing six runs over five innings.

The Brewers scored all six runs Gee allowed in the first three innings of the game, including four in the second. Overall, he allowed six hits (four of which went for extra bases), walked two, and struck out six. Gee's ERA rises to 3.49, and he has a 1.09 WHIP and a 51/18 K/BB ratio as well. He'll face the Phillies on the road in his next start.

Dillon Gee SP NYM 1 Month

Dillon Gee lost to the Padres after giving up four runs in five innings on Saturday.

Gee struck out eight and walked none, but he gave up a couple of solo homers and didn't get much help from his defense in a two-run third inning. The Mets' quick hook allowed him to extend his streak of 24 consecutive starts without giving up more than four runs.

Dillon Gee SP NYM 1 Month

In his first start since May 10, Dillon Gee held the Braves to one run over seven innings en route to his fourth win on Wednesday.

Gee had been out for nearly two months with a strained lat. His effort helped the Mets extend their winning streak to four games and they'll go for a series sweep against the Braves on Thursday. The right-hander held the Braves to six hits and a walk while striking out four. Gee, now 4-1, has a 2.56 ERA, a 1.06 WHIP, and a 37/16 K/BB ratio. He'll take the hill after the All-Star break, taking on the Padres in San Diego.

Dillon Gee SP NYM 1 Month

Mets activated RHP Dillon Gee from the 15-day disabled list.

Gee will make his return to the Mets' rotation on Wednesday against the Braves. The right-hander posted a 2.73 ERA, 1.06 WHIP and 33/15 K/BB ratio over 52 2/3 innings before going down with a strained lat. He also put up a 1.69 ERA and 18/2 K/BB ratio over 10 2/3 rehab innings, so fantasy owners probably shouldn't shy away from using him.

Dillon Gee SP NYM 2 Months

Mets manager Terry Collins confirmed Sunday that Dillon Gee (lat) will rejoin the Mets starting rotation on Wednesday to take on the Braves.

Gee looked strong over three minor league rehab starts, giving the Mets management the full confidence that he's ready to return. It's unclear at the moment who will be bumped from the rotation to make room for him.