Washington Nationals infielder Adrian Sanchez was doing well one day after being hit in the chest by a pitch, according to a team spokeswoman.

Sanchez was sent to a local hospital Saturday night for a CT scan.

“He checked out fine. They kept him overnight to monitor his breathing and he’s been discharged,” Amanda Comak said Sunday.

A 96 mph pitch from Mets reliever Jeurys Familia struck Sanchez squarely in the chest as he tried to bunt in the eighth inning Saturday, and he remained on the ground for several minutes. Sanchez remained in the game and delivered an RBI single.

He was not in the starting lineup for Game 1 of Sunday’s day-night doubleheader. With Howie Kendrick at second for Daniel Murphy, Alejandro De Aza was in left.

The team called up Rafael Bautista from Triple-A Syracuse and he started in right. Pitcher A.J. Cole was optioned to Syracuse.

Martinez on DL

The Detroit Tigers placed designated hitter Victor Martinez on the 10-day disabled list because of an irregular heartbeat, the second time he has landed on the DL this season for the condition.

Manager Brad Ausmus said Martinez experienced a racing heart after his last at-bat during Saturday’s 6-3 victory over the Chicago White Sox. Ausmus said Martinez spent the night in a hospital and his heartbeat was regulated. Martinez was expected to be released and travel by car to Detroit, where doctors will try to determine the cause.

“You don’t mess around with the heart,” Ausmus said. “We’re not talking about a sprained ankle or something minor like that. This is something you take very serious because it could be life-threatening. That’s what we’re going to do. I don’t know what’s going to happen going forward.”

Martinez,38, was on the DL from June 16-28 for an irregular heartbeat. The five-time All-Star has batted .255 with 10 homers and 47 RBI in 107 games in his 15th season in the majors.

The Tigers called up outfielder JaCoby Jones from Triple-A Toledo. Detroit will rotate players at designated hitter while Martinez is out.

Reds moves

The Cincinnati Reds promoted right-handed pitcher Tyler Mahle from Triple-A Louisville in time to make his major league debut on Sunday against the Pittsburgh Pirates.

The Reds transferred right-hander Scott Feldman to the 60-day disabled list to make room on the 40-man roster for Mahle and optioned righty Luke Farrell to Louisville to clear a spot on the 25-man active roster.

Baseball America ranked the 22-year-old Mahle as the Reds’ 12th-best prospect going into the season, before he pitched a perfect game for Double-A Pensacola on April 22, the second no-hitter of his minor league career. He was a combined 10-7 with a 2.06 ERA with Pensacola and Louisville.