After Yoenis Céspedes was left out of the Mets' Spring Training game this Tuesday due to a wrist soreness, the alarms started to sound around the team's clubhouse. But Céspedes may be back sooner than we thought.
According to Matt Ehalt from The Record, the Cuban received a cortisone injection and is ready to be back in action, as the injury will be a day-to-day one, as Céspedes told to the reporter.
, the 32-year-old spoke with Mike Puma from the New York Post how he felt the injury prior to yesterday's game:
It started bothering me (last) Tuesday, but I felt with the rest day and the day off (Monday) - and I talked to the trainer before that - and I thought with the rest that I had it would be good for today, but it isn't
The slugger has suffered continuous injuries during his time with the Mets, having played just 81 games last season due to problems with his leg. Still, he managed to have a batting average of .292, hitting 17 homers and 42 RBI's