The New York Mets enter the offseason looking for answers regarding their bullpen, outfield, third base and a starting pitcher with the potential departure of Zack Wheeler. There is another situation regarding the Mets in 2020, Yoenis Cespedes.
Cespedes missed most of the 2018 season and all of the 2019 season with heel and ankle injuries requiring surgery. The status of Cespedes is up in the air for 2020, but the team got a very good sign about their superstar outfielder.
Yesterday, Cespedes was taking batting practice with former Met and current Brooklyn Cyclones coach, Endy Chavez
While there is still a long way to go until the Mets can find out when exactly Cespedes will return to the field, but him already taking batting practices is good news. That alone is big, because there hasn’t been much good news for Cespedes these last two years