Line Drive Knocks Mets' Colon from Game in 1st; Mets Right-Hander Bartolo Colon Left His Start in the First Inning Tuesday Night with a Bruised Thumb after Getting Hit by a Line Drive on His Pitching Hand. [Derived Headline]

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Line Drive Knocks Mets' Colon from Game in 1st; Mets Right-Hander Bartolo Colon Left His Start in the First Inning Tuesday Night with a Bruised Thumb after Getting Hit by a Line Drive on His Pitching Hand. [Derived Headline]


Mets right-hander Bartolo Colon left his start in the first inning Tuesday night with a bruised thumb after getting hit by a line drive on his pitching hand.

The 43-year-old Colon lasted four pitches. Royals leadoff batter Whit Merrifield hit a liner that barely glanced off the pitcher's glove and struck him hard on his right thumb. The Mets said X-rays were negative.

The ball deflected to second baseman Neil Walker, who threw to first for an out. In the meantime, Colon yanked down his hand in obvious pain and bent over at the waist as manager Terry Collins and trainer Ray Ramirez came rushing out of the dugout.

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