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Cedeno OK after exiting with leg cramp

NEW YORK -- Manager Terry Collins said shortstop Ronny Cedeno was all right after leaving Saturday's 9-0 win against the Padres in the eighth inning with a right leg cramp.

Cedeno worked a walk after falling behind Padres reliever Dale Thayer, 1-2, and was pulled from the game as soon as he made his way to first base.

Kirk Nieuwenhuis pinch-ran for Cedeno and remained in the game in right field as Justin Turner moved from second base to shortstop, and Daniel Murphy entered the game to play second base.

NEW YORK -- Manager Terry Collins said shortstop Ronny Cedeno was all right after leaving Saturday's 9-0 win against the Padres in the eighth inning with a right leg cramp.

Cedeno worked a walk after falling behind Padres reliever Dale Thayer, 1-2, and was pulled from the game as soon as he made his way to first base.

Kirk Nieuwenhuis pinch-ran for Cedeno and remained in the game in right field as Justin Turner moved from second base to shortstop, and Daniel Murphy entered the game to play second base.

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