X-rays came back negative on Mets second baseman Robinson Cano's right hand.
Cano left Sunday's game against the St. Louis Cardinals after taking a 93.9 mph Andrew Miller fastball to the right hand in the seventh inning.
Cano went down in pain, however umpires ruled it was a foul ball, a call that manager Mickey Callaway argued, which led to his ejection.
"He started his swing, pitch hit his hands, followed through with his swing, the ball actually went into fair territory," third base umpire Paul Emmel said, according to Yahoo! Sports' Matt Ehalt. "Bruce (Dreckman), the home-plate umpire didn't see the end of the swing so he called a hit batsmen and was giving him first base."
Juan Lagares replaced Cano in the lineup and struck out. The next batter, Michael Conforto, followed with a solo home run that made it a 6-4 game.
Lagares took center field in the bottom of the seventh, while Keon Broxton moved from center to left field and Jeff McNeil from left field to second base.
Cano was 2-for-3 with a solo home run on Sunday before exiting the game. He has a .238/.289/.417 batting line this season.