Updates on Jeremy Pea and Yordan Alvarez

Jeremy Pea and Yordan Alvarez were involved in a severe collision that cost the Astros two of their top players in the matchup with the Mets. How do they feel right now?

The Houston Astros had a big scare on Wednesday when Yordan Alvarez had to be carried off the field after he got into a fight with Jeremy Pea.

While trying to make a play on a pop fly to shallow left, the shortstop and left fielder collided. Pea succeeded in making the catch and getting the out, but not without paying a price.

Alvarez and Pea took the brunt of the crash, which knocked both of them to the ground briefly. Alvarez took a trolley off the field, whereas Pea was able to leave on his own.

Dusty Baker, the manager, provided an update following the contest, which Houston won 2-0.

The latest on Jeremy Pea and Yordan Alvarez’s injuries for the Astros

According to Mark Berman, Baker stated that the doctors were evaluating them. Pea assured me that he was fine. Yordan wished to continue playing. Yordan and Pea are not people you would choose to run into because they are both well-built.

Chandler Rome reported that Alvarez entered the clubhouse on his own. So, at least that is encouraging. He wasn’t made available to the media again, though.

Later, according to Rome, the squad disclosed that they were being examined for concussions.

The two could miss a few games due to concussions, but it’s too soon to determine how long Houston might be without them.

For the game on Wednesday, Mauricio Dubon replaced Pea in the infield and Chas McCormick replaced Alvarez.

Before Jason Castro’s two-run homer broke the tie in the ninth inning, the Astros and Mets each had shutouts.