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Mets’ Jeff McNeil leaves game after crashing into wall for catch

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The Flying Squirrel took one for the crew on Wednesday at Oracle Park in San Francisco.

Mets left fielder Jeff McNeil appeared shaken up after chasing down a third-inning fly ball off the bat of the Giants’ Donovan Walton, crashing into the wall alongside the third bottom line.

McNeil appeared to slam his knee and face into the wall — leaving rips within the material — however initially stayed within the recreation after being checked out by Mets trainers. Teammates supplied high-fives to the versatile fielder as he entered the dugout on the finish of the inning. The 30-year-old was in the end pulled for pinch-hitter Travis Jankowski within the fourth inning.

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Jeff McNeil’s catch ripped up the left-side wall.
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It was a uncommon early spotlight within the recreation, with the Mets down 9-1 early after three innings.

The afternoon tilt is the ultimate recreation of the three-game sequence with the Mets and Giants splitting the primary two. The Mets, who erased a six-run deficit to take the lead Tuesday evening but still lost 13-12, head again to Citi Subject for a three-game sequence towards the Phillies starting Friday evening.