Mets get the Marcus Stroman news they desperately needed

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The Mets can exhale after their latest injury scare.

An MRI exam on Marcus Stroman’s hip showed no significant issues, The Post’s Mike Puma reports, and the right-hander is considered day-to-day.

The 30-year-old left during the second inning of the Mets’ loss to the Braves on Tuesday night.

“Everything’s gonna be okay,” Stroman wrote on Twitter Wednesday morning.

The Mets have been devastated by injuries, including several big blows to their pitching staff, and have dealt with several close calls with ace Jacob deGrom.

Joey Lucchesi, who had been turning his season around, needs Tommy John surgery and is out for the year. Robert Gsellman won’t throw for six weeks after tearing his lat, and Jeurys Familia is on the injured list with a right hip impingement. All of those injuries were suffered within the last week.

Stroman has been one of the pillars of the Mets’ success this year, pitching to a 2.32 ERA over 85.1 innings.

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