Duda will work primarily as a first baseman, then, and could also see time as a designated hitter early next month when the Mets visit the Cleveland Indians. Duda went on the disabled list June 23 and went on to lose his place as the club’s starting left fielder. Duda played 68 games before being sent down and compiled a .235 batting average, 11 home runs and 13 doubles. The Mets announced Saturday that the first baseman was recalled from Las Vegas and would be on the bench for the team's game against the Tigers. "He's going to play some first, we've got some games coming up shortly where we're going to have a DH, so he'll probably most likely get his bat in the lineup," Collins said.