Trevor Megill, brother of Mets’ Tylor, concussed after passing out

Trevor Megill, the brother of injured Mets starter Tylor Megill, suffered a concussion after passing out while suffering from food poisoning he suffered while in New York for the Series. ‘opening.

The Brewers reliever was placed on the seven-day concussion list.

“He ended up passed out in a phone store…passed out, fell to the ground and hit his head,” Brewers manager Pat Murphy said, according to the Associated Press. “When he came to, he called our people and let them know. We assessed him the next morning and it was a concussion.

Brewers reliever Trevor Megill. P.A.

Murphy said Trevor contracted food poisoning on Saturday, which marked the last time he pitched.

After the team returned to Milwaukee with a 3-0 record, Megill fell while in a store and hit his head on the ground, according to the report.

“It’s scary,” Murphy said. “I guess he didn’t have much in his system.”

The Brewers promoted right-hander JB Bukauskas from Triple-A to replace Trevor on the roster.

Trevor pitched a scoreless inning in each of the Brewers’ first two wins, including the 3-1 Opening Day triumph and Saturday’s 7-6 victory.

He worked around two hits while striking out three batters in this Saturday appearance.

Trevor Megill (left), Julie Megill (c) and Tylor Megill (right). UNIQUE PHOTOGRAPHY

Trevor owns a career 5.13 ERA over four seasons, and this season marks his second with the Brewers. The 30-year-old posted a 3.63 ERA last year in 34 ⅔ innings (31 outings).

“He’s fine,” Brewers president of baseball operations Matt Arnold said, according to the Associated Press. “We definitely want to be careful with these kinds of things.”

It’s been a tough week for the Megill brothers, with both now sidelined.

Trevor Megill pitched two scoreless innings to start the season. Getty Images

Tylor, the younger brother, also just landed on the injured list Monday with a minor shoulder strain after just four innings Sunday when the Brewers completed the sweep.

With Tylor sidelined, the Mets signed Julio Teheran to help fill the rotation woes.

New York Post

Back to top button