Diamondbacks midfielder Kedel Marte left tonight’s game against the Rockies in the sixth inning with an apparent injury to his right leg, Zach Buchanan of Athletic and Steve Gilbert of MLB.com were among those to relay. Marte ran to only after hitting a globe as he pulled up and favored his hoarding area. He was helped off the field by a coach and manager Torey Lovullo.
Needless to say, any significant damage to Marte would be a huge blow. The 27-year-old earned an All-Star selection and finished fourth in the National League MVP poll in 2019 after setting up a stunning .329 / .389 / .592 line with 32 homers in 628 record appearances. Marte only wrote average numbers in 2020, but he has had a blistering start this season. Through Arizona̵
Marte was replaced in the field with Josh VanMeter, who took over with the right with Locastro Team moves to the center. D-Backs is currently without a presumed starting right field Kole Calhoun, who is recovering from early March knee surgery.