Mets' Pete Alonso and Starling Marte considered day-to-day with injuries, out of Wednesday's lineup

Core New York Mets position gamers Pete Alonso and Starling Marte each left Tuesday night’s video game versus the San Diego Padres with injury (SD 7, NY 0). Alonso was struck in the right-hand man by a pitch and Marte injured his quad trying to take 2nd base. They both left the video game in the 2nd inning.

Although both injuries at first looked major, the 2 gamers stated they are daily on Wednesday, though neither remains in the beginning lineup. Alonso does not have any fractures in his hand and Marte is currently feeling much better.

“I’m just really blessed and happy nothing is fractured or broken,” Alonso stated Wednesday (video). “Just having the chance to get swelling out, I’ll take that if I were to end up getting hurt.”

Yu Darvish struck 3 of the very first 5 Mets he dealt with Tuesday, consisting of Alonso. The Mets have actually been struck by a major-league leading 40 pitches this season. No other group has actually been struck by more than 34 pitches. Here is Alonso’s injury:

Because he is not in Wednesday’s lineup, Alonso’s streak of 151 successive video games played will pertain to an end. The franchise record is 200 successive video games played by Jose Reyes, so Alonso was less than 2 months far from setting a brand-new franchise mark.

As for Marte, he suffered his injury when he was throw away trying to take 2nd base in the top of the very first, though he played the field in the bottom half. He strolled off the field extremely gingerly and was eliminated from the video game prior to his next plate look. 

Both gamers have actually been crucial to the success of the first-place Mets so far in 2022. Alonso is batting .282/.363/.546 with an NL-leading 16 crowning achievement. The well-rounded Marte has a slash line of .277/.316/.441 with 7 homers and 8 taken bases. 

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