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With Ruben Tejeda's success and Dan Murphy's livable defense, Cedeno has seen limited duty. He's appeared in 10 games, 12 at bats in which he's hit .250/ .438 OBP/ .333 Slg. and .771 OPS.
"He said he hasn't been sleeping well the last few days," manager Terry Collins said. "He thought it was because he just got himself in a bad position, and this morning, he woke up with a lot more pain than he's had yet. So he came in early and we waited until the doctor came in to get him examined, and we decided to disable him." source Mets.com