Travis d'Arnaud x-rays negative. Hyperextened elbow. Officially day to day.
New York Daily News "The Mets offense could be getting a boost soon, and after Tuesday night, it sure could use one. Catcher Travis d’Arnaud was scheduled to fly back to New York after playing for Triple-A Las Vegas on Tuesday and was expected to be activated for Wednesday’s game. D’Arnaud was placed on the 15-day..." June 10
Travis d'Arnaud bone bruise in wrist, delaying return
New York Post "Travis d’Arnaud’s comeback tour is underway. The Mets catcher caught five innings Tuesday in an extended spring training game in Port St. Lucie and went 1-for-3 at the plate in his first game activity since breaking his right pinkie on April 19. D’Arnaud’s return to the Mets is expected to..." May 27
Newark Star-Ledger "The Mets are finally in line to have one of its key players return. Travis d'Arnaud is on schedule to return to the team at some point next week during its trip west to San Diego and Phoenix. Mets general manager Sandy Alderson said d'Arnaud will play five innings in an extended spring training..." May 26
Amazin' Avenue "Travis d'Arnaud has a fractured right hand, the Mets announced shortly after he left today's game when he was hit by a pitch on the hand. In the early going, d'Arnaud has been nothing short of excellent, and his presence in the lineup has helped make up for David Wright's absence. With d'Arnaud..." April 19
d'Arnaud had surgery today to remove bone chips. Mejia will have surgery tomorrow for his sports hernia.
Spoke to someone briefed on Travis d'Arnaud who does not believe it's anything that will impact 2015. Doctor visit coming today, though.
Hardball Talk "Travis d’Arnaud was demoted to Triple-A Las Vegas two weeks ago after he hit just .180/.271/.273 over his first 39 games this season, but he made sure that he didn’t stay down in the minors for long. The Mets announced this evening that d’Arnaud will return to the majors for the start of a..." June 24
Newark Star-Ledger "UPDATE: Mets manager Terry Collins said that "We're a little concerned about him." He will undergo more testing Thursday. The team also announced catcher Juan Centeno is on his way from Triple-A to New York. Travis d'Arnaud, the Mets catcher, will undergo a concussion test today after being hit..." May 15
ESPN "New York Mets catcher Travis d'Arnaud, who was struck on the top of the head with Alfonso Soriano's backswing in the ninth inning on Tuesday, has landed on the seven-day concussion disabled list. Juan Centeno has been promoted from Triple-A Las Vegas to take d'Arnaud's spot. Centeno will catch..." May 15
New York Post "Travis d’Arnaud hardly aced his audition over the last three days but showed enough ability for the Mets to believe his time has arrived. With John Buck returning from paternity leave today d’Arnaud will remain on the Mets roster and receive the majority of playing time at catcher. To clear..." August 20
New York Post "Out from behind curtain No. 2 came Travis d’Arnaud. In a season during which the Mets unveiled stud pitching prospect Zack Wheeler came an equally anticipated arrival last night when the 24-year-old d’Arnaud was in the lineup against the Padres for his major league debut. John Buck was..." August 19
#Mets prospect Travis d'Arnaud will make his major league debut tonight. Catching batting 6th and wearing #15.
New York Post "Are we there yet? Travis d’Arnaud has spent the last two weeks hearing he is on the verge of a call up to the Mets as catcher John Buck awaits the birth of his third child and subsequent three-day paternity leave but so far there has been no baby. And no d’Arnaud. “It’s definitely been an..." August 15
New York Post "After a three-month injury hiatus Travis d’Arnaud is back in action. The Mets’ prized catching prospect had been out since April 17 because of a broken left foot but yesterday d’Arnaud played for the Gulf Coast Mets in rookie ball his first game since the fracture. He caught five innings going..." July 25
ESPN New York "Travis d'Arnaud has been cleared to begin playing in minor league games later this week, a team source told ESPNNewYork.com. D'Arnaud received the go-ahead during a Monday exam in New York. He will run the bases Tuesday and Wednesday, then is scheduled to play in his first minor league game..." July 22
Travis d'Arnaud was examined at HSS today. Cleared to begin a running progression program.
MetsBlog.com "Travis D’Arnaud will be allowed to remove his walking boot and is already in Florida, according to MetsBlog contributor Robert Brender, who spoke to d’Arnaud. “I can take the boot off anytime. I get to start walking around without it on,” d’Arnaud said. He will continue to wear the boot as a..." June 03
New York Daily News "There was no one in the Mets clubhouse more disappointed Thursday afternoon. Not only had the Mets been swept in Denver, but when veteran catcher John Buck heard the news that catching prospect Travis d’Arnaud had broken his foot in a Triple-A game the night before, Buck reached for his..." May 03
New York Post "There is the baseball season you imagine, and the one we actually get. We imagined Derek Jeter coming back to defy age again, to be, you know, Derek Jeter. In recent days, we began to imagine if a Mets lineup could have both John Buck and Travis d’Arnaud. But the season — reality — has other..." May 03
The Score "It’s hard out there for a prospect. first, you need to keep your body in one piece long enough to make it to the big paydays of the Major Leagues. Then you need to prove that all your blue chip hype and bluster isn’t in vain, as you struggle to make the required adjustments to stay up in the world..." May 03
SI "Two of the most-viewed players were Mets prospect Travis d'Arnaud and Rays outfield prospect Wil Myers, who both took foul balls off their feet in Triple-A. Myers' diagnosis wasn't so bad, while d'Arnaud's was less than ideal: The catching prospect was diagnosed with a non-displaced fracture of..." May 03
New York Post "Travis d’Arnaud’s anticipated arrival to the Mets was placed into the “delayed indefinitely” mode yesterday, when the team revealed the stud catching prospect has a broken left foot. The 24-year-old d’Arnaud sustained a non-displaced fracture of the first metatarsal of his left foot on a foul..." April 19
New York Post "Travis d’Arnaud did about all the Mets could have wanted this spring, but barring an injury to veteran John Buck wasn’t going to make the Opening Day roster. D’Arnaud’s fate became official yesterday, when the rookie catcher was among the players sent to minor league camp. The 24-year-old..." March 25
New York Daily News "Travis d’Arnaud had just stood his ground on a play at the plate, saving his pitcher, Matt Harvey, a run. The Mets’ righty patted the team’s catcher of the future a thanks as he walked past. Nothing needed to be said. Just three games into their pitcher-catcher relationship, two players the Mets..." March 19
New York Post "Travis d’Arnaud has impressed the Mets this spring, but just as importantly he’s impressed himself. The biggest question concerning the 24-year-old catcher, who was the centerpiece of the R.A. Dickey trade to Toronto in December, has been answered: His left knee is again sound, after a torn..." March 19
New York Daily News "The kid looked extremely anxious at the plate early, and understandably so. The expectations are huge for Travis d’Arnaud, and even if the plan is for him to start the season in Triple-A, the 24-year-old catcher has to be feeling some pressure as he tries to impress his new ballclub. So he struck..." February 27
New York Daily News "Finally, Travis d’Arnaud just had to jog out to the mound. Three batters into his first time catching Matt Harvey, the Mets’ battery of the future needed to make sure they started out on the same page. “I think I wanted to throw a (fastball) inside and he was calling everything but that,” Harvey..." February 25
New York Post "Here’s to the next decade together. If Matt Harvey and Travis d’Arnaud wanted to raise a glass before taking the field for the Mets yesterday at Osceola County Stadium, the players could have celebrated their individual abilities and potentials, but also the possibility they were initiating a..." February 25
New York Post "Travis d’Arnaud’s first day as on the field as a Met was impressive, and he was thrilled with the enthusiasm he saw all around him. “It’s great to be out on the field with a bunch of guys who want to play baseball and win,” d’Arnaud told the Post after yesterday’s two-hour voluntary practice..." February 06