Anthony Recker

Travis d’Arnaud exits Saturday’s game with an injury

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Update: d’Arnaud is being considered day-to-day with a hyperextended elbow, per ESPN New York’s Adam Rubin. X-rays were negative.

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Mets catcher Travis d’Arnaud suffered an injury on a play at the plate in the sixth inning of Saturday’s game against the Braves. With A.J. Pierzynski on third base, Pedro Ciriaco hit a fly ball to left field. Outfielder Michael Cuddyer caught the ball and fired home. The throw took d’Arnaud into the line and Pierzynski collided with him, appearing to injure d’Arnaud’s left arm.

It’s unfortunate for d’Arnaud and the Mets as he had just come off of the disabled list on June 10 after healing from a fractured right pinkie finger suffered in late April. He entered play Saturday batting .279/.324/.485 with three home runs and 14 RBI in 74 plate appearances. Kevin Plawecki and Anthony Recker would handle catching duties if d’Arnaud has to miss any time.