Philadelphia-Mets third baseman JD Davis (JD Davis) withdrew from Tuesday’s game against Philadelphia after being hit with a left hand by a Chase Anderson quickball, but the Mets hope he can avoid the worst. The X-rays in the game were negative, leading to the initial diagnosis of contusion.
Despite this, the Metropolis remains vigilant for hairline breaks that may not appear on X-rays. They plan to send Davis to other tests on Wednesday, when they will get a clearer picture of his identity.
Manager Luis Rojas said late Tuesday night: “This is good news for the first X-ray.”
While Anderson was sailing high and inside at 91 mph, David Davis hit the ball in the second game and hit the ball with his left hand. He seemed to be in pain and left after a brief conversation with the head coach Brian Chicklo. Luis Guillorme replaced Davis.
Teammate Dominic Smith said: “You just hate seeing people who are fighting you get hit like that.” “It’s hard to come in. It’s a strange place, hands, that can cause a lot of damage. So many bad things can happen. This is what you don’t want to see, I hope it’s no big deal, and he can bounce back.”
Two years ago, Davis was a breakthrough player for the Mets. This spring, he tried to prove that his offensive and defensive struggle in 2020 is a thing of the past. The Mets named him the daily third baseman during spring training and started as a third baseman in the first two games of the season. Davis won with walking and three-pointers in the opening game, and then made his debut the next day.