After Terry Collins told reporters following Sunday's loss to the Braves that he "may shake some things up," the Mets have announced a pair of roster moves on Tuesday. New York has activated Travis d'Arnaud from the disabled list and optioned Kevin Plawecki to Las Vegas. The team has also placed Jim Henderson on the DL and recalled Sean Gilmartin from Triple-A.
D'Arnaud has been out since April 25 with a strained rotator cuff. In 13 games before the injury, d'Arnaud was hitting .196 (9-for-46) with three doubles and one RBI.
During his 11 game rehab assignment, d'Arnaud hit .317.
Plawecki has struggled while filling in as the team's starting catcher. In 124 at-bats this season, he is hitting .194 with one HR and 10 RBIs. Plawecki had appeared in only four games after June 10, going 1-for-11 with five strikeouts during that span.
Henderson left Saturday night's game against the Braves after only 10 pitches, and is dealing with right biceps tendonitis. Henderson has a 4.26 ERA in 25.1 innings this season, appearing in 31 games for the Mets.
Gilmartin has pitched five scoreless innings for New York in 2016, allowing only two hits while striking out five. In Triple-A, Gilmartin was 8-3 with a 4.48 ERA in 70.1 innings, starting all 12 games he appeared in for Las Vegas.