Mets place outfielder Chris Young on DL with quad strain
He made his season debut on Wednesday against the Washington Nationals and lasted only one inning after he was hurt chasing a fly ball in the top of the first. He originally was hurt last weekend in an exhibition game in Montreal.
Young signed a one-year, $7.25 million deal with the Mets in the offseason after spending 2013 with the Oakland Athletics. He spent his first seven seasons with the Arizona Diamondbacks.
"It feels like a bad dream," Young said. "It's the last way you want to come with a new team. I feel terrible about it."Mets manager Terry Collins said he doesn't believe the injury is serious.