ATLANTA -- The New York Mets have placed ace right-hander Noah Syndergaard on the 10-day disabled list after a MRI revealed a partial tear of his right lat muscle.
The Mets say there is no timetable for Syndergaard's return.
Syndergaard left his start Sunday against Washington in pain. He grimaced after throwing a pitch and grabbed his side under his right arm.
The development came only a couple days after he said he felt fine and refused a MRI.
The Mets, who open a four-game series at Atlanta on Monday night, did not immediately announce a corresponding roster move. The team said General Manager Sandy Alderson will discuss the situation before the game.
BLUE JAYS: SP Sanchez placed on DL again
NEW YORK -- The Toronto Blue Jays have put right-hander Aaron Sanchez back on the 10-day disabled list, this time because a split fingernail.
The Blue Jays made the move before Monday night's game at Yankee Stadium.
Sanchez came off the disabled list Sunday after a blister on his middle finger healed and he started against Tampa Bay. But he lasted just one inning before fingernail cracked and he was pulled.
While he was on the DL last month, Sanchez had a procedure to remove part of the troublesome fingernail.
Sanchez led the AL in ERA last season. He is 0-1 in three starts this year.
Toronto recalled righty Danny Barnes from Triple-A Buffalo. He pitched four times for the Blue Jays earlier this season and didn't give up a run in 4 2/3 innings.