Mets CF Angel Pagan leaves game with back spasms
NEW YORK (AP)
Pagan did not appear to get hurt on any particular play Wednesday night. He singled leading off the first inning and stole second base, then struck out looking with the bases loaded in the second. He made a throwing error in the top of the second.
Jason Pridie pinch-hit for Pagan with two on in the fourth and took over in center field.
Pagan homered in the previous two games. He moved up to the leadoff spot Monday when All-Star shortstop Jose Reyes was placed on the 15-day disabled list with a strained hamstring.