Tuesday, July 17, 2012
Duda gets anti-inflammatory shot
By Adam Rubin
WASHINGTON -- Lucas Duda received a cortisone shot on Monday during a visit with team doctors in New York to address a strained left hamstring, which kept him out of the final two games of the weekend series in Atlanta.
Duda should be able to return to the lineup Wednesday, Terry Collins said.
Collins said doctors found nothing alarming during Monday's exam.
"I should be ready to play tomorrow," said Duda, who had an MRI.