Mets outfielder Lucas Duda fractured his wrist moving furniture.
New York Mets outfielder Lucas Duda fractured his wrist while moving furniture, according to an announcement made by the team on Tuesday. Duda underwent successful surgery at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City on Monday and should be available for the start of spring training.
As of this time, information has not been made available in terms of time-table or rehabilitation schedule.
Duda played in 121 games with the Mets last season. Originally drafted by the organization in 2007 with the No. 243 overall selection, Duda cracked the Mets' lineup in 2010 when he played in 29 games, managing to register four home runs, six doubles and 13 RBI in 92 plate appearances over that span.
Since then, he has incrementally seen more time with the club in each subsequent season. In 2012, he appeared in the most games in his career and collected 15 home runs, 15 doubles and 57 RBI with a .239 batting average.