According to Adam Rubin of ESPN New York, Travis d’Arnaud recently felt discomfort in his foot while running on flat ground.
Travis d’Arnaud (broken left foot) had some discomfort while running on flat ground, but that is to be expected during his rehab, according to Mets personnel.
D’Arnaud has been rehabbing and trying to come back from a broken right foot he suffered after getting hit by a foul tip in mid-April.
He recently had his boot removed and was running in a pool.
Sandy Alderson has said that the first priority in handling d-Arnaud is to have him play as many Triple-A games as possible. “He needs lots of at-bats.”
The Mets’ top catching prospect has missed large chunks of the least two seasons with injuries.
Rubin also updates Matt den Dekker who is playing regularly in Class A St. Lucie games.
“He’s still gaining wrist strength after having it immobilized for so long, but should be moving to Las Vegas soon.”