Somehow, Pillar managed to catch up and return into the dugout under his own energy.
He provided an update on his state after he had been taken out of the game.
"Thanks to everybody that has achieved! Scary moment but I am doing good!" He tweeted.
The Mets said Tuesday the Pillar endured"multiple nasal cracks" and will meet with physicians in Atlanta to talk about what is next.
The second clearly concerned those about the Mets and Braves.
"It wasn't a simple instant," Mets manager Luis Rojas stated. ... It is tough. You consider a participant's career. You consider a great deal of things in the present time and you get emotional."
Braves players were certainly in misery when Pillar went .
"That is about as sickening something because you can see on the baseball field when a child has hit like this," Braves manager Brian Snitker explained.
New York would go to win the match, 3-1.