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"I don't feel like it's that bad," Davis said Wednesday. "You've got to take precautions, I guess.
"I feel like I could play in a couple of days. I don't think there's anything torn. It would hurt more if there was something torn, I feel. It's a little sore, but the day after it's usually a little sore."
Wednesday's game was rained out, but manager Terry Collins had no plans to use Davis in the series finale, which will be made up Thursday. Davis was wearing a protective boot after Tuesday's game.
The New York Mets are sending first baseman Ike Davis to New York to get an MRI on what initially is being labeled a strained left calf.