Yoenis Cespedes knows things have to change, for both him and the Mets.
New York Mets third baseman David Wright was forced to shut down his rehab assignment after experiencing pain in his injured shoulder, while Yoenis Cespedes is out for the rest of the season with a hamstring injury.
The New York Mets have terminated David Wright's rehab assignment because of shoulder pain and ruled Yoenis Cespedes out for the rest of the season with a hamstring injury. The banged-up Mets announced on Monday that Wright was returning to New York to be re-examined later this week. Wright played...
The David Wright update isn’t good either. After leaving a game last week with a hamstring injury that was eventually confirmed to be as serious as one he suffered earlier this year, the Mets say that Yoenis Cespedes will not play another...Show More Summary
The New York Mets placed outfielder Yoenis Cespedes on the 10-day disabled list Saturday with what could be a season-ending hamstring injury. Cespedes strained his right hamstring running the bases in the first inning Friday night against the Nationals. General manager Sandy Alderson said Cespedes'...
DeGrom is the last Mets star standing.
The Mets disabled list is longer than a flight manifest at this point. The Mets roster is cursed by a woods witch. There’s no other way to explain this. One day after Michael Conforto left a game when he dislocated a shoulder while swinging...Show More Summary
Cespedes knows what third-deck homers look like.
Yoenis Cespedes knew he didn’t have to try to catch this one. Aaron Judge is at it again. In the fourth inning of the Yankees’ game against their crosstown rival Mets, Judge hit a home run into the third deck of Citi Field. Wayyyy up there. .@TheJudge44 sends this one back to the Bronx. Show More Summary
Yoenis Cespedes had a big night with the bat, but his sprint around the bases late in the game gave the Mets cause for concern.
Yoenis Cespedes broke out of his slump in a big way.
Terry Collins has no issue with Yoenis Cespedes saying Bob Melvin is the best manager he’s played for.
Cespedes is in the first season of a four-year, $110 million deal with the Mets, but is already thinking about life after New York.
Friday the Oakland Athletics and New York Mets began a three-game series at Citi Field in New York. Prior to the game, Yoenis Cespedes told the San Francisco Chronicle’s Susan Slusser that he’d like to finish his career as a member of the Oakland Athletics. It was an innocent enough comment, at least at first. Show More Summary
It has been a tough year for New York Mets fans, and Friday brought another possible reason for unhappiness. Yoenis Cespedes, who has struggled with injuries and ineffectiveness while in the first year of a four-year, $110 million contract, said he wants to finish his career with the Oakland A’s. “I wish that happens,” Céspedes […]
Cespedes is in the first year of a four-year deal with New York
The former A’s standout still loves Oakland and wants to go back. Oakland is visiting New York for a series against the New York Mets this weekend, and the occasion gave outfielder Yoenis Cespedes the opportunity to appreciate his former...Show More Summary
For now, the Mets have avoided a crisis with Yoenis Cespedes.
And the injuries keep coming.
Yoenis Cespedes burst out of the box and rounded first as the ball dropped in front of Colorado outfielder Carlos Gonzalez.