Baseball Sidelined since May 20 because of a stress fracture in his lower back, New York Mets first baseman Lucas Duda's season is likely over following another setback.Mets general manager Sandy Alderson told reporters Wednesday that "it doesn't look good" for Duda to return during the regular season.  MORE: Winners and losers from trade deadline '16Duda hoped to being playing in rehab-assignment games this month after swinging a bat for the first time in July but the 30-year-old first baseman's prognosis is now bleak. He was prescribed 30 days of rest by tea

m physician Dr. Robert Watkins, Alderson said, at which time his back will be reevaluated. Duda was hitting .231/.297/.431 with seven home runs in 39 games when he suffered the injury. James Loney has filled in admirably for Duda at first base, batting .284/.336/.442 since making his Mets debut May 31.