Travis d’Arnaud will undergo concussion tests after being hit in the helmet on a backswing during Tuesday night’s game.
Triple-A C Juan Centeno is on his way to New York, the Mets announced (Twitter, May 14).
After no immediate reaction, d’Arnaud did have a light headache last night after the game, Terry Collins told reporters. D’Arnaud wasn’t going to play on Wednesday anyway, Collins said, but he is not feeling 100 percent on Wednesday.
D’Arnaud could be placed on the 7-day disabled list for a concussion, if he does have a concussion.
This season, d’Arnaud is hitting .196 with a .274 on base percentage. He has three doubles, three home runs and eight RBI over 114 plate appearances.