Mets OF Brandon Nimmo, who was scratched from Wednesday's game in order to have an additional cardiac screening, will have another cardiac-related appointment on Thursday, Tim Healey of Newsday reported.
Brodie Van Wagenen will speak prior to Thursday night's game against the Cardinals regarding Nimmo.
Mets manager Luis Rojas said after Wednesday's game that he wasn't concerned about Nimmo in the wake of Wednesday's cardiac screening.
Rojas referred to the screening as "precautionary," according to Anthony DiComo of MLB.com, adding that he wasn't sure what caused the additional tests.
The Mets said earlier Wednesday that Nimmo had been scratched in order to receive "additional cardiac screening." The team's cardiologist had suggested the additional screening.
Nimmo was in the Mets' dugout during the game as they faced the Astros in Port St. Lucie.
The expectation has been that Nimmo will be the Mets' starting center fielder this season, flanked by J.D. Davis in left field and Michael Conforto in right field.
Davis is currently rehabbing a shoulder injury he suffered earlier this week, but has been shut down from baseball activity.