After getting hit in the head by a 93-mph fastball from Giants pitcher Matt Cain in yesterday's game, Mets third baseman David Wright, who spent the night in the hospital, had a CT scan, which was negative, according to Roger Rubin of the NY Daily News.
Wright, who suffered a concussion, has since been released from the hospital.
The Mets have placed Wright on the 15-day disabled list and it's possible that he could miss the remainder of the season. "It's going to depend on the tests," Mets manager Jerry Manuel said. "If there's any question, it's a possibility."
“David wanted to take a chance to go out and play, but we decided to take it away from him and DL him based on the recommendation of our doctors who consulted with a specialist,” [general manager Omar] Minaya said, per the Associated Press. With Wright being placed on the DL, the Mets have called up Andy Green from Triple-A Buffalo.
On the season, Wright was hitting .324 with eight home runs and 55 runs batted in. He also had 24 stolen bases.