To make room for d'Arnaud on the roster, Danny Muno was optioned to Triple-A Las Vegas.
Mets rookie C Kevin Plawecki, who had a doctors appointment on Wednesday due to dizziness, remains on the active roster. The plan, according to Adam Rubin, could be for the Mets to send Plawecki to Triple-A when he's healthy and recall Dilson Herrera (June 10, 6:12 pm).
D'Arnaud told reporters Wednesday that he is 100 percent, though he has yet to talk with Terry Collins about his playing time through the next few weeks. D'Arnaud said he was told he would stick in Triple-A another day to catch Steven Matz in Las Vegas, but was called back to catch a flight and rejoin the Mets for Wednesday's game against the Giants.
"If Travis gets back to where he was before he got hurt, people are going to think we're a whole different lineup," Collins said June 9 about his Opening Day catcher, who was hitting .317 with two HR and 11 RBI when he got injured.
"Even when we took him out of the sixth hole and put him in the second hole, I mean he just got hotter," Collins added. "So, if he comes back and he's swinging the bat as comfortably as he was before, we're a different looking team, because now all of a sudden there's less of a big hole in the lineup. This guy can fill it up really fast. We're anxious to get him back. Hopefully the offense is there, but we'll have to wait and see."