Rosario is not in the lineup against Atlanta on Wednesday, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports.
Rosario will get another day off after going 1-for-4 with a triple and a pair of strikeouts during Tuesday's game. In his place, Matt Reynolds draws the start at short, while batting eighth in the order.
Rosario (illness) is in the lineup against the Nationals on Friday.
Rosario appears to have recovered from a stomach illness that has kept him sidelined for the past three games. He returns to the lineup at the shortstop position, while batting seventh, for the series opener against Washington.
The 21-year-old has been out for several days with a stomach illness, which he said was caused by eating an improperly cooked meal last weekend. Rosario is hoping he can return to the lineup Friday for the start of the team's final homestand. After a slow start upon his arrival to the big leagues, Rosario has turned it on at the dish. He seems poised to be the Mets' starting shortstop for many years to come, and he could leap up near the top of the order in 2018.
Rosario (illness) is out of the lineup and likely unavailable off the bench for Wednesday's series finale against the Marlins, Marc Carig of Newsday reports.
Rosario is improving from gastroenteritis, which caused the shortstop to remain in his hotel room all day Tuesday. He should be able to fly back to New York with the club this evening, and will use Thursday's scheduled day off to recover from this illness. Looking ahead to Friday's series opener against the Nationals, Rosario should be considered day-to-day, although manager Terry Collins could choose to keep him out of the starting nine if his symptoms fail to subside.
Manager Terry Collins said Rosario (illness) is unlikely to play until at least Friday, Mike Puma of the New York Post reports.
Rosario was scratched from Monday's contest with an illness, and it appears he's dealing with something more than a stomach flu. the young shortstop was treated at the University of Miami hospital Monday night, and he's currently back at the hotel resting, making him unavailable Tuesday. With a day off approaching Thursday, the Mets are hoping he'll be healthy enough to return to action Friday against the Nationals.
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