NEW YORK — The Mets had been down to 1 bench participant who may hit and area throughout Thursday night time’s sport in opposition to the Brewers.
The shorthanded bench got here as Eduardo Escobar was noticeably absent from Thursday’s lineup because of what Buck Showalter known as a “non-workplace event.”
Asked whether or not it was injury-related, Showalter cited HIPAA rules and added, “That’s all I can say legally.”
The lineup was not launched till round an hour and a half earlier than the sport. Starling Marte served as a pinch runner however was unavailable to hit or play within the area, Showalter mentioned.
During his pregame press convention at 4 p.m., Showalter mentioned he was ready on phrase from a coach on a particular participant along with Marte.
Escobar was seen within the clubhouse previous to the sport.
Showalter mentioned he was not sure if Escobar would have the ability to play in Friday’s sport in opposition to the Marlins.
“I don’t know yet,” Showalter mentioned. “We’ll let the people in the medical profession do their job.”
Escobar served because the Mets’ designated hitter in Wednesday’s 10-2 loss to the Brewers. He is batting .236 with 5 dwelling runs, 25 RBI and 29 runs in 60 video games this season.
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