Chris Young made his Met debut Wednesday, but it lasted only one inning because his tight right quad acted up again. Young came out of the game after feeling a twinge while pursuing a foul ball toward the left-field line. He may be facing a trip to the disabled list.

“I don’t know. I hope not,” Young said. “I just don’t know at this point. Come in tomorrow and try to get it better. Whatever the result is, it’s all about getting back on the field as soon as possible. I’m going to do everything in my power to do that.”

Said Terry Collins: “There’s going to have to be some consideration here of how long it’s going to take.”
Young was first hurt in the finale of the Mets’ series in Montreal over the weekend, and the injury kept him out of Monday’s opener. Young, hoping to revive his career with the Mets, was clearly upset when he had to come out.

“It’s like a bad dream, man,” he said. “It’s the last way you want to come with a new team. I feel terrible about it. At the same time, you can’t control it.”