Duda and D’Arnaud Leave Wednesday’s Game With Injuries

First baseman Lucas Duda and catcher Travis d’Arnaud each left Wednesday’s game against the Phillies with injuries.

Duda left the game after hyper-extending his left elbow after a collision with Cesar Hernandez in the fifth inning. He was replaced by Wilmer Flores, who pinch hit for him.

Duda was 0-for-1 on the evening before he hurt himself while reaching out for an errant throw by pitcher Robert Gsellman.

As for d’Arnaud, the catcher was diagnosed with a wrist contusion after hitting his hand on a bat while attempting to throw down to second base.

D’Arnaud was 0-for-2 at the time of his injury and was replaced by Rene Rivera.

It has not been announced yet how long each player will miss.

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