Mets lose two more to in­juries

Los Angeles Times - - SPORTS -

The New York Mets won their eighth game in a row Sun­day, but lost two im­por­tant play­ers to in­juries. Catcher Travis d’Ar­naud broke his right hand when hit by a pitch, and re­liever Jerry Blevins frac­tured his left fore­arm when he was hit by a line drive.

“It’s not a good day,” Manager Terry Collins said af­ter a 7-6 win over the vis­it­ing Miami Mar­lins.

The Mets are al­ready miss­ing cap­tain David Wright (ham­string) and right-han­der Zack Wheeler (el­bow surgery).

Etc.

Cleve­land In­di­ans right-handed pitcher Car­los Car­rasco had his next start pushed back to Tues­day. Car­rasco left his pre­vi­ous start last Tues­day af­ter be­ing hit in the jaw by a line drive off the bat of Melky Cabr­era of the Chicago White Sox. ... Wash­ing­ton Na­tion­als cen­ter fielder De­nard Span (stom­ach surgery) was ac­ti­vated from the 15-day dis­abled list.

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