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Murphy (calf) has been activated off the 15-day disabled list and is in the lineup Tuesday, ESPN New York reports

Murphy suffered no setbacks the past few days and was activated as expected. Dilson Herrera, who started while Murphy was out, is sitting Tuesday with Murphy back in the lineup.

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Murphy (calf) likely will be activated off the disabled list when first eligible Tuesday, the Star-Ledger reports.

Murphy ran, made lateral movements and took batting practice Friday. When he is activated, manager Terry Collins said Murphy likely will get his starting second baseman job back from Dilson Herrera, who has played well while Murphy has been sidelined.

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Murphy (calf)has been wearing a full walking boot on his right leg, Adam Rubin of ESPN New York reports.

Murphy's injury is just his calf, so the fact that he is wearing a full walking boot suggests the injury is more than minor, and likely confirms the fact that he will be out for a while. With a month left in the season and no playoff chase for the Mets, it wouldn't be surprising if the team didn't rush him back despite his contract being up at the end of the season.

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Murphy (calf) could be out a substantial amount of time, Jared Diamond of the Wall Street Journal reports.

Murphy was placed on the disabled list Thursday but will likely require more than the 15-day minimum to recover from the injury. The Mets are out of the playoff race at this point, so the team will likely take it's time bringing back Murphy to avoid reinjury. Murphy will become a free agent in the offseason, but has performed well enough this season to warrant a good payday in the offseason.

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Murphy (calf) will be placed on the disabled list, MLB.com's Anthony DiComo reports.

Murphy underwent an MRI on Thursday and the undisclosed results were apparently warranting of a stint on the DL. He'll be replaced by Double-A up-and-comer Dilson Herrera while he tries to rest his calf injury.

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Murphy (calf) will undergo an MRI on Thursday, Adam Rubin of ESPN New York reports.

Murphy has now missed three straight games due to calf soreness, so the Mets will check to see if there's anything more serious in play. If any meaningful injury is discovered, look for Wilmer Flores -- who has manned the keystone for three straight games -- to see the biggest benefit in terms of additional playing time.

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Murphy (calf) will remain out of the lineup Thursday against the Braves, ESPNNewYork.com's Adam Rubin reports.

Murphy's bout with calf soreness was expected to be a minor malady when it first surfaced Sunday, but he's not progressing as the team anticipated. A trip to the disabled list hasn't been ruled out yet, with a decision on the matter likely to come over the weekend.

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Murphy (calf) is out of the lineup Wednesday against the Braves.

Murphy's calf ailment is being labeled as a mild strain, but it's still significant enough to sideline him for a second consecutive game. The Mets will turn to Wilmer Flores to cover second base again Wednesday, but there's a good chance Murphy could be available over the weekend.

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Murphy was diagnosed with a mild calf strain after consulting with doctors Tuesday, Marc Carig of Newsday reports.

The Mets don't believe a DL stint is in play for Murphy, who could even be available for Wednesday's game if he checks out fine during pregame activities. Wilmer Flores covered second base for Murphy on Tuesday and will likely do so until Murphy is deemed ready to play again.

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Murphy (sore right calf) is not in Tuesday's lineup and will see a doctor about the injury, ESPN New York's Adam Rubin reports.

Wilmer Flores is starting at second in place of Murphy, who outs his status as 'day-to-day' but did not appear overly concerned about the injury.