San Juan, PR (Sports Network) - New York Mets outfielder Cliff Floyd left Sunday's game against Montreal in the top of the first inning with an apparent right leg injury.
In his first at-bat, Floyd was legging out a slow roller to third when he grabbed the front of his right leg about three-quarters of the way to first base.
Floyd, who was helped off the field, didn't put any weight on the leg. He was replaced by pinch runner Eric Valent.
Floyd, who had his 2003 season cut short last August by surgery on his right Achilles' tendon, is hitting .350 with a homer and three RBI in five games so far this year.