Peralta leaves game with wrist injury

Rockies Diamondbacks Baseball

Rockies Diamondbacks Baseball

PHOENIX -- Diamondbacks left fielder David Peralta injured his right wrist sliding for a catch of a sinking line drive in the fourth inning Thursday night.

Peralta's wrist on his glove hand was bent back as he hit the ground and the ball popped out for a run-scoring double for the Rockies' Rafael Ynoa. Peralta was checked by trainer Ryan DiPanfilo but finished the inning. Peralta was pulled from the game in the bottom of the inning for pinch-hitter Socrates Brito.

X-rays taken in the clubhouse were negative and Peralta is considered day to day, the D-backs announced during the game.

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Peralta, who singled in his only at-bat earlier in the game, was hitting .310 with 43 extra-base hits and 78 RBI entering Thursday in a breakout season.

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