Travis d'Arnaud C NYM 3 weeks ago

D'Arnaud (finger) will return to the lineup Tuesday, Adam Rubin of ESPNNewYork.com reports.

D'Arnaud left Sunday's game after getting cut on his left ring finger and was held out Monday. It seems as though it was more of a precautionary measure, so the catcher should be back on the field with no restrictions.

Travis d'Arnaud C NYM 3 weeks ago

D'Arnaud is fine after having his left ring finger cut open during a slide in Sunday's game, but he will get the day off Monday, NorthJersey.com's Matt Ehalt reports.

He could be held out another day or two, but it does not sound very serious at all. Kevin Plawecki got the start at catcher Monday.

Travis d'Arnaud C NYM 3 weeks ago

D'Arnaud left Sunday's game after a spike cut open his left ring finger while he was sliding into second base.

D'Arnaud did not need stitches to close the wound. He might miss a day or two with the injury, as it may be difficult to catch or grip the bat with the bandage on it.

Travis d'Arnaud C NYM 4 weeks ago

D'Arnaud, who needs to work on his defense, failed to retire Eric Young Jr. on an attempted steal in the first inning of the Mets' spring training opener Wednesday, ESPN New York reports.

D'Arnaud did throw out Freddie Freeman trying to advance on a wild pitch later in the game. Last season, d'Arnaud struggled with passed balls, as he focused on framing pitches, and throwing out runners, which may have been due to the bone chips in his elbow.

Travis d'Arnaud C NYM 6 months ago

D'Arnaud underwent surgery Wednesday to remove bone chips in his right elbow, Marc Carig of Newsday reports.

D'Arnaud was forced to miss the end of the season with a bone spur in his right elbow, but successfully had it removed. On the year, he hit 13 homers in 108 games, and slashed .242/.302/.416. He'll become a free agent during the offseason.

Travis d'Arnaud C NYM 6 months ago

D'Arnaud has a bone spur in his right elbow and will undergo surgery Wednesday, ending his season, The Record reports.

D'Arnaud apparently first felt the injury Tuesday, and found out later that it was a bone spur. He had a good second half to the season, but it will end prematurely due to the injury. D'Arnaud will become a free agent in the offseason, and it wouldn't be surprising if multiple teams are interested in the 25-year-old catcher.

Travis d'Arnaud C NYM 6 months ago

D'Arnaud (elbow) is out of the lineup Friday against the Astros.

D'Arnaud was determined to be dealing with an elbow issue Friday, and it will keep him out of the lineup. It's unclear if he will play again this season, but it shouldn't impact his availability for 2015.

Travis d'Arnaud C NYM 6 months ago

D'Arnaud is dealing with an elbow issue, Adam Rubin of ESPNNewYork.com reports.

While manager Terry Collins was mum as to the nature of d'Arnaud's injury, GM Sandy Alderson acknowledged that his elbow is the area of concern. D'Arnaud was to be examined by Mets doctors Friday, and until the results are disclosed, his availability for the team's final series will remain uncertain.

Travis d'Arnaud C NYM 6 months ago

D'Arnaud (undisclosed) will be seen by Mets doctors Friday, Adam Rubin of ESPNNewYork.com reports.

D'Arnaud is out of the lineup for Game 1 of Thursday's doubleheader and will presumably be unavailable for both games of the twin bill. The team still has not disclosed the nature of the injury, but manager Terry Collins said he's unsure whether d'Arnaud will play at all this weekend.

Travis d'Arnaud C NYM 6 months ago

D'Arnaud (undisclosed) said he thinks he'll play again this season, the Star-Ledger reports.

The nature of d'Arnaud's injury remains uncertain, but he seems confident he'll be able to play before the end of the week. However, d'Arnaud is slated to visit a doctor, and manager Terry Collins suggested he may sit out Thursday's series finale as well.