NEW YORK -- Catcher Travis d'Arnaud spent Wednesday morning traveling to New York City in anticipation of coming off the disabled list. The Mets officially activated him after Wednesday's game, optioning Juan Centeno back to Triple-A Las Vegas.
D'Arnaud, who had been on the seven-day DL since May 15 with a concussion, caught two innings at Double-A Binghamton on Tuesday before that game was suspended due to rain. He appeared in a total of three Minor League rehab games at Binghamton, finishing 1-for-8 with a home run and a walk.
Prior to his concussion, d'Arnaud was batting .196 with three home runs in 31 games for the Mets. He sustained the injury when Yankees outfielder Alfonso Soriano struck him on the top of the helmet with a backswing in a May 13 game at Yankee Stadium, experiencing concussion symptoms for approximately one week.
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