Worth noting

• Right-hander Dillon Gee will make his next rehabilitation start Friday for Class A Brooklyn, the Mets announced. Gee made his second rehab start Sunday in Brooklyn, allowing one run over 2 2/3 innings. His performance will factor into whether the Mets bring him back from the disabled list for one start prior to the All-Star break, or wait until after. Gee has been on the DL since May 11 with a strained right lat.

• Manager Terry Collins admitted for the first time Tuesday that there's a chance top prospect Noah Syndergaard spends the entire year in the Minors. Syndergaard, who entered the year as a prime candidate for a midseason promotion, has battled injuries at Triple-A Las Vegas and struggled when healthy, posting a 5.35 ERA in 14 starts.

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