Mets Star Outfielder Has Fractured Finger

The New York Mets confirmed on Wednesday that their star outfielder, Starling Marte, is dealing with a partial non-displaced fracture of his right middle finger. 

The Mets, however, are still listing him as day-to-day and don't believe that a trip to the injured list is necessary. Just as Francisco Lindor did earlier in the season, the Mets are going to try and make Marte play through the injury. However, if Marte is still in pain on Friday, there's a likely chance that they place him on the injured list. 
Marte sat out both halves of Wednesday's doubleheader against the Pittsburgh Pirates after he was plunked in the hand by a pitch on Tuesday night. 

It remains to be seen if Marte will be able to play through the injury. 
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The thirty-three-year-old has slashed a very strong .292/.347/.468 line, with 16 home runs, 63 RBIs, 18 stolen bases and 76 runs scored over 118 games in his Mets debut this season. 
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