3B,LF,DH - NYM - IL10
Mets manager Luis Rojas says J.D. Davis (finger) will require a minor league rehab assignment before returning.
He'll need a few games at Triple-A Syracuse before rejoining the Mets. There was initially hope that Davis could be back this weekend, but New York wants to get him some at-bats before that happens.
Mets 3B J.D. Davis (finger) won't be ready to return on Wednesday, per manager Luis Rojas.
Davis is dealing with a sprained finger. Fantasy managers should plan to be without him for another week.
The Mets placed J.D. Davis on the 10-day injured list with a sprained left middle finger.
Davis was absent from Monday's lineup but was thought to just be day-to-day. Instead, the team will give his finger injury some more time to recover. He isn't a priority stash in redraft fantasy leagues at the moment.
J.D. Davis (hand) remains absent from the Mets' lineup on Monday against the Cardinals.
Davis is still considered day-to-day as of now. Brandon Nimmo (finger) is also absent on Monday.
Mets 3B J.D. Davis was removed from Saturday’s game against the Phillies with a sprained left hand.
Davis was removed from Saturday’s game with a left-hand sprain. He spent time on the injured list after being hit by a pitch in the same hand earlier in the season. The 28-year-old went 1-for-3 with an RBI before exiting Saturday’s game. The severity of Davis’ injury is unknown at this time and he’s considered day-to-day.