PJ Conlon asks for release from Mets

LHP P.J. Conlon began his rehab start with the Brooklyn Cyclones back on July 11 where he was coming back from a flexor strain. In his first rehab start, he pitched two innings with two strikeouts and two walks. 


After making four appearances with Brooklyn, on July 26 Conlon announced via Instagram that he asked for his release from the Mets organization.


In his Instagram post, Conlon said, “Today I asked for and was granted my release by the Mets. My time was filled with countless memories and lifelong friends that will be dear to me till the end. Best believe you’ll be seeing me again down the road! Cheers boys!”


In 2019 Conlon posted a 1-1 record with a 4.91 ERA in 13 appearances. He held opposing batters to a .218 average, but allowed 10 walks in 14 ⅔ innings pitched.


Conlon had a brief stint in the majors, making his major league debut with the Mets on May 7, 2018. He made three appearances pitching 7 ⅔ innings with a 8.22 ERA. 

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