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The USATSI New York Mets changed their catching depth chart ahead of Thursday’s game against the Chicago Cubs, removing Thomas Nido from the disabled list and naming Gary Sanchez to the allocation. Perhaps the most notable aspect of these deals is that they ensure young Francisco Alvarez remains part of the big league roster. Nido, 29, has been sidelined since early May due to vision problems related to dry eye syndrome, which he believes developed as a complication. From his past experience with LASIK eye surgery. He underwent a procedure to keep his eyes moist. “I had a little bit less pressure in my eye,” Nido told reporters last week, including MLB.com. “I felt like someone was pushing my head. I had a headache for about 72 hours.” was recording. OPS+), no home runs or slugging knocks. While he was never an offensive threat, it’s fair to assume that his vision issues affected his ability to deal damage. Sanchez, 30, has played just three games for the Mets. He had one hit in six at bats, one RBI, and zero slugging. He joined the organization in early May after being released by the San Francisco Giants. It’s unclear if he’ll find another big-league job or accept a minor-league assignment. Alvarez, 21, batted .253/.316/.506 (OPS+124) in 95 at-bats with six home runs. He came into the season ranked as the number three prospect in the minors by CBS Sports. Álvarez is still expected to start the most as veteran Omar Narvaez has been sidelined after suffering a calf injury in April. The Mets will go into Thursday night with a 25-25 record this season.