Issues have been beginning to move too well for the Mets.
as the Mets rained down more runs towards the Rockies on Saturday evening, Yoenis Cespedes was once forced to exit early, within the 6th inning, after diving awkwardly for a ball in left box.
The oft-injured slugger sprinted to trap a ball hit by way of Colorado’s Nolan Arenado, with his leg showing to get stuck within the turf, creating a divot. Cespedes didn’t come up with the seize and stayed on the turf, tumbling over.
Manager Terry Collins and instructor Ray Ramirez went out to test on Cespedes, who stood up and tried to stretch his leg. He slowly walked off the sphere, with out a substantive limp, on his own energy.
Jay Bruce fixing the divot at the same time as Cespedes stretches #Lgm #mets pic.twitter.com/unFGlhqsGt
— Sam Z Comedy (@SamZComedy) July SIXTEEN, 2017