What is going on with Cespedes?

What is going on with Cespedes?

But that was Céspedes’ last full season, as a series of injuries stemming from calcification in his heels kept him off the field for most of 2017 and ’18, before he finally had surgery. His rehab was delayed by a fractured right ankle he sustained during a run-in with a wild boar at his ranch in 2019.

Is Yoenis Cespedes getting paid?

As part of the new deal agreed to Dec. 13, Céspedes’ 2019 pay was cut from $29 million to $22.9 million. Information sent to teams this year listed his pay as $14.8 million, so the amended contract appears to indicate he is receiving about $8 million more for this year than the Mets originally paid.

When did the A’s trade Cespedes?

Cespedes bounced around after the A’s trade. Boston shipped him to Detroit after the 2014 season, and then the Tigers moved him to the New York Mets at the 2015 trade deadline.

How did Yoenis Cespedes get injured?

Mets’ Yoenis Cespedes suffered broken ankle in incident with wild boar at his ranch in May, per report. Back in May, New York Mets outfielder Yoenis Cespedes suffered a fractured ankle during an incident on his ranch. Cespedes was recovering from dual heel surgeries at the time and the new ankle injury ended his season …

Where is Céspedes now?

As a result, Céspedes ended his five-year tenure with Mets and became a free agent at the conclusion of the 2020 season.

Will Jon Lester retire?

2022Jon Lester / Career end

How did Cespedes break ankle?

According to Joel Sherman and Ken Davidoff of the New York Post, Cespedes broke his ankle in an incident with a wild boar.

Who is number 0 on the Mets?

New York Mets Uniform Numbers

New York Mets Uniform Number 0 Every Mets Player Who Wore #0
Count Players Who Wore #0 Full Roster
43. Joe Panik 2019 New York Mets
44. Dominic Smith 2020 New York Mets
45. Dominic Smith 2021 New York Mets

What happened to Pedro Cespedes?

Cespedes’ final year in New York played out in thoroughly unusual fashion, beginning with the December 2019 news that his contract had been amended due to a Mets grievance in relation to his ankle injury earlier that year.

Who are the best free agent starters for the Detroit Tigers?

Carlos Rodón and Clayton Kershaw are the top free agent starters available, with most of the other options (Peralta and Ureña included) projecting as back-end types. As things currently stand, the Tigers look likely to open the season with a starting five of Rodríguez, Casey Mize , Tarik Skubal , Matt Manning and Tyler Alexander.

Who is new Detroit Tigers Triple-A manager Gabe Alvarez?

Included among the new faces in Detroit’s ranks are 2016 World Series-winning coach Gary Jones, taking over as Triple-A manager, and former Tigers third baseman Gabe Alvarez, hired as the organization’s new Double-A manager. Chris McCosky of The Detroit News helpfully compiled the full list of Detroit’s development personnel changes here.

Is Yoenis Cespedes a good buy-low pickup?

While Cespedes comes with question marks, he won’t land an expensive deal, which is one of the reasons so many clubs are considering him. When healthy, Cespedes has been a force at the plate, where he has batted .273/.327/.497 (124 wRC+) with 165 home runs in 3,490 trips. That track record could make him a worthwhile buy-low pickup for someone.