Casilla tweaked his hamstring early in camp and has yet to make his spring debut. He plans to run at 100 percent intensity Monday to test his progress. The veteran infielder is in the mix for a reserve infielder job this spring, but he's running out of time to make his case.
Ike Davis said Monday that he has yet to undergo an MRI on his right calf.
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Davis is now wearing a walking boot in order to keep his right leg immobilized and speed up the healing process. While he hasn't undergone an MRI yet, he expects one will happen eventually. Davis still hopes to get two weeks of at-bats prior to the start of the season, but a trip to the disabled list is possible if he fails to make progress. In that scenario, the Mets would likely platoon Lucas Duda and Josh Satin at first base.
Lucas Duda (hamstring) is tentatively expected to return to action this weekend.
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Duda has been sidelined over the past week due to left hamstring tightness, but he has shown some improvement and is scheduled to hit in the cage Monday. With Ike Davis sidelined due to a calf injury, he has a real chance to take the first base job.