• Ike Davis finished 2-for-6 with two singles in his second straight day of Minor League at-bats, as he continues to rehab from a pair of sore calves. Davis did not run the bases, but did run afterward during conditioning exercises. Fellow first baseman Lucas Duda had a scheduled day off in his rehab from a strained left hamstring.
• Anthony Seratelli had an up-and-down game in his bid to make the Mets as a 31-year-old rookie utility infielder. Seratelli committed two errors early at Cashman Field, but started a sharp double play in the seventh and doubled down the line in the bottom of that inning. He is batting .214 this spring.
• Dominic Smith, the Mets' first-round Draft pick last year, said he was "a little nervous" when he was told Saturday morning that he was going to move over to the Major League camp for the team's split-squad game against the Twins. Despite the nerves, Smith delivered an eighth-inning single up the middle in his first at-bat with the parent club.
"I was just happy to play on the same field with some of these guys," Smith said after the game.
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