• Mets' Duda injures side, sent home for tests

    Summary of 4 articles · Updated Jun 22, 2013
    Mets outfielder Lucas Duda was sent up to New York for tests on his left oblique Saturday, after Duda complained about soreness after Friday’s game against the Phillies. The New York Mets have sent Lucas Duda to New York for an MRI of his left side after the first baseman/left fielder complained of discomfort following Friday's win. The team sent Duda back to New York earlier Saturday for an MRI of his left side after the first baseman/left fielder complained of discomfort after Friday's win. "... To replace Duda, the Mets called up corner infielder Zach Lutz from Triple-A Las Vegas. The Mets started Daniel Murphy at first base on Saturday against the Philadelphia Phillies. All rights reserved. Daniel Murphy started at first base for the Mets on Saturday against the Phillies, with Jordany Valdespin starting at second. Ike Davis could've been a candidate to return from Triple-A Las Vegas, Collins said earlier Saturday, but a team source said Saturday night that Davis needed more time in the minors.
    • Mets' Duda on DL with left intercostal strain

      The New York Mets have sent Lucas Duda to New York for an MRI of his left side after the first baseman/left fielder complained of discomfort following Friday's win.
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Mets' Duda returns to NY for MRI on his left side

      Mets first baseman Lucas Duda returned to New York before Saturday's game against the Philadelphia Phillies to have an MRI on his left side.
      Source: CNNSI.com

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