Mets captain David Wright grounded out to third in his first at-bat in over two years.
Wright led off the bottom of the fifth as a pinch hitter. It has been 855 days since his last plate appearance, which resulted in a home run back on May 27, 2016.
Wright, who will start at third base on Saturday, will have a couple at-bats during that game, return to his position at third base after his final at-bat, and then be removed, according to manager Mickey Callaway.
After Saturday's game, Wright will be honored with a video tribute.
"To say it's a good feeling is an understatement," Wright said Tuesday at Citi Field about being active for the Mets for the first time since May of 2016. "It's been a long time coming."