ace Syndergaard exits with injury It was an exasperating and discouraging turn of events for the injury plagued Mets (10 14), now missing perhaps their two top players.
They put star slugger Yoenis Cespedes on the disabled list Friday with a strained left hamstring, one day after he got hurt legging out a double against Atlanta. Cespedes exited an April 20 game because of cramping in his hamstring, according to the team. He missed three games, then returned to the lineup last Wednesday night and got hurt again Thursday afternoon. First baseman (hyperextended left elbow) and part time infielder (right knee infection) also are sidelined. Duda had a setback over the weekend during his minor league rehab kate spade warehouse sale assignment and won't be activated Monday, when he's eligible to come off the 10 day DL. A team spokesman said Duda felt "slight elbow discomfort on full extension" while swinging. Syndergaard (1 2) allowed five runs on five hits in the first inning Sunday, a game the Mets lost 23 5. In the second, he threw a strike to on his 38th pitch and grimaced while reaching for his right armpit. Mets manager and the team trainer immediately came out, and Collins summoned reliever. "The preliminary diagnosis is possible lat strain," general manager said, "which may or may not be related to his previous complaint, which was in the biceps. So we'll just have to wait and see what happens tomorrow." Syndergaard was not available to reporters in the clubhouse after game. appointment Monday. Syndergaard was making his first start since April 20. The right hander was a late scratch from his last scheduled outing Thursday against Atlanta due to biceps and shoulder discomfort in his pitching arm. But he threw a bullpen Friday, said he felt fine and refused an MRI. "The recommendation was made by the doctor; it was precautionary. He felt strongly that he was fine," Alderson said. "We made sure that he threw again before he went out, so we could confirm that, and that's what happened. "Would the MRI have disclosed a lat issue or reaffirmed some concern about the biceps? We'll never know." Alderson said he spoke to Syndergaard after the game, but could not say whether he regretted refusing the earlier MRI. "We didn't get into that," Alderson said. "I didn't think that was necessary at that particular time, so I think he understands now that there's something going on that needs to be examined." After watching his bullpen, and then backup catcher, get roughed up over the final 7 2/3 innings, a terse Collins buy spade said Syndergaard's k spade issue Sunday was a different one than the biceps. "It's not even close to the same area," Collins said. "This is where to buy kate spade bags his lat, nothing to do with his arm." Collins later snapped at a reporter who said the Mets manager seemed upset. "Ya think? What do you think?" he said. manager, whose team set a franchise record for runs, said he noticed something about Syndergaard in the first inning. "We could tell something was wrong," Baker said.
"He was throwing the ball firm but it wasn't moving like usual. When you have a guy like that, you certainly have to jump on him.".
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