New York Mets
Shortstop Ruben Tejada has suffered a left groin strain and has been scratched from Tuesday's Grapefruit League game.
"I feel a little bit tight, so I have to take care of that stuff right away," Tejada said.
Tejada said the issue first arose taking infield practice this morning, on a slow groundball. He added that he has not previously had a groin injury.
Omar Quintanilla instead will play shortstop.
Meanwhile, D.J. Carrasco is dealing with an ankle injury and is in the trainers' room.