Brandon Nimmo exits Mets win with left oblique 'twinge'

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Brandon Nimmo exits Mets win with left oblique 'twinge'
Brandon Nimmo exits Mets win with left oblique 'twinge'

Add Brandon Nimmo to the list of Mets injury concerns. Nimmo left Tuesday's 9-0 win over the Phillies at Citi Field before the top of the fourth inning with a left oblique “twinge.” He was replaced in center by Juan Lagares. Nimmo reached on an error by second baseman Cesar Hernandez in the second and was checked on by manager Mickey Callaway and the training staff while at first base during Pete Alonso's ensuing at-bat. Nimmo, however, remained in the game at that point. He said he felt a “tweak” when he slowed down trying to steal a base and called time to make sure he was OK. “I convinced them to let me stay out there,'' Nimmo said. “I came back in and they said 'We'd rather be cautious than

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