Kevin Plawecki started at catcher and went 1-for-3 while catching seven innings Thursday night during his second rehab game with Triple-A Las Vegas.
Plawecki hit a two-run homer Wednesday night as he began his rehab assignment.
He has been out since April 11 due to a hairline fracture in his left hand. Grip strength in Plawecki's left hand doubled earlier this month, and he began a hitting progression shortly after.
Without Plawecki and Travis d'Arnaud (who is out for the season due to Tommy John surgery), the Mets have been using a combination of Devin Mesoraco and Tomas Nido behind the plate recently.
Mesoraco, who was acquired from the Reds on May 8 for Matt Harvey, has hit .200/.300/.514 with three HR in 11 games (40 plate appearances) for the Mets.
When Plawecki returns, it is expected that the Mets will option Nido to Triple-A.