ATLANTA — Amed Rosario and Travis d’Arnaud were not in the lineup Friday after both left the game the night before with injuries. Collins said both were considered “day-to-day.”
The Mets are calling it a tight right hip flexor for Rosario, who said it happened when he slid in the second inning and progressively got worse. He was taken out in the fifth inning when he was obviously struggling to run. The shortstop said it was “more annoying,” than painful and had said he hoped to be able to play Friday.
Amed Rosario exits in the fifth inning on Thursday.
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D’Arnaud was more emphatic that he would be able to play after twisting his right knee. The catcher slid in the slippery Wrigley Field infield going for a bunt in the first inning. It got worse as the game went on and he also left in the fifth inning.