The top-10 prospect arrives at the majors with a career .306/.368/.523/.891 slash line over four seasons in the minors.
The 21-year-old shortstop prospect and former first-round pick has spent most of the 2015 season with Triple-A Oklahoma City. In 104 games at Triple-A, he hit .276 with a .331 on-base percentage, .450 slugging percentage and .781 OPS. He also had 13 home runs, 29 doubles and 59 RBI.
His inside-the-park sprint around the bases in the second inning gave New York a 3-0 lead and jump-started what turned out to be a rout.
Tejada also drove in runs with a single and groundout later in the game.
Bruce Bochy revealed Tuesday that he would be sidelined for at least a couple days.
Crawford is on a 2-for-23 slide. His .263 average is at its lowest point since July 20.
Hechavarria reached on a bunt single with one out in the second, and was seen stretching out his hamstring. He was immediately lifted for a pinch runner.
Hechavarria is being considered day-to-day at this point.
Simmons has been hitting well lately, batting .324 (12 for 37) with three doubles over his last 10 games.
Hill was used as a pinch-hitter.
Crawford just returned from an oblique injury.
He has just two hits in his last 23 at-bats. His slash line sits at .265/.324/.482.