Mets Coach Posts Video Of Cespedes Taking Batting PracticeMets outfielder Yoenis Céspedes is taking batting practice in his effort to return from a slew of lower-body injuries.
Callaway Stays; Céspedes Takes Fall, Breaks Ankle On RanchOn a hectic afternoon at Citi Field, the slumping New York Mets announced Monday they are sticking with their embattled manager "for the foreseeable future" — and Céspedes broke his right ankle in an accident on his ranch.
Cespedes Says He Aims To Return For Mets This SeasonHe has been working out and plans to begin throwing next week, but there's no timetable for when the 33-year-old left fielder will start running or hitting — and he's not sure when he might return to the lineup.
Mets Won't Know Cespedes' Timetable Until After OpenerThe timetable for Yoenis Cespedes' return to the New York Mets will remain an unanswered question until after opening day.
Mets Slugger Cespedes Scheduled For 2nd Heel Surgery Oct. 23Yoenis Cespedes is scheduled for his second heel surgery in a few weeks, but the oft-injured New York Mets slugger says he can't yet predict how much he'll be able to play next season.
Mets' Yoenis Cespedes To Get Surgery On Both Heels, Out At Least 8 MonthsNew York Mets outfielder's feet surgery is likely to need at least eight to months to recover.
Mets Place Ailing Outfielder Yoenis Cespedes On DL Following MRIThe New York Mets are still deciding whether the oft-injured slugger needs surgery on both feet that would require an eight-to-10-month recovery.
Yo' No! Mets' Cespedes Sits Out Saturday, May Need Surgery On Balky HeelsMets manager Mickey Callaway says Cespedes "came in pretty sore today" and adds "that's concerning."
Cespesdes Suffers Setback, Rehab Cut ShortSidelined for nearly a month by a nagging hip injury, Cespedes had his minor league rehabilitation assignment cut short Sunday following a setback.
Oft-Injured Mets Slugger Cespedes Could Be Ready For Upcoming Subway SeriesCespedes has been out since May 16 with a strained right hip. He participated in some drills Wednesday before the series finale against the Baltimore Orioles.
Mets Officially Place Cespedes On DL With Strained Right Hip; Frazier May Be Activated SoonYoenis Cespedes spent about a week trying to play through his latest lower body injury. Now, he and the New York Mets are opting to play it safe.