Ike Davis and Lucas Duda, both sidelined since early last week with leg injuries, got five plate appearances apiece in minor-league games Friday.
Neither player ran after making contact, although Duda (hamstring) went through a running program afterward. Davis (calf) had lightly jogged before the game.
Davis went 1-for-3 with two walks against A-ball pitching. Duda went 0-for-4 with a walk, including one shot caught at the right-field wall.
Both expected to get more minor-league at-bats Saturday. Davis expected 10 games and 30 at-bats on the major-league side would ready him for the regular season.
Davis said his calf, because it had been idle for so long, remains somewhat weak due to "a little bit of atrophy." He plans to wear compression socks on both legs throughout the season to keep them warm.