Cespedes exits NLCS Game 4 with sore shoulder; was golf outing to blame?
He was lifted in the middle of the second inning with left shoulder problems. As the New York Post reports, Cespedes went golfing on the morning of Game 4.
CHICAGO -- In the middle of the second inning of Wednesday's NLCS Game 4 between the Mets and Cubs (NYM-CHC GameTracker), Mets outfielder Yoenis Cespedes was lifted for Juan Lagares. As it turns out, Cespedes exited with what the team is terming left shoulder soreness. There's no word yet on the severity of the inury.
While there's no way to know whether it's in any way related to his shoulder woes, Cespedes, according to NBC Chicago, went golfing at nearby Medinah Country Club on the morning of Game 4. Here's a relevant photo:
ESPN is also reporting this:
Sources: Wrigley Field doesn't have usual weight room, so Cespedes was doing push-ups and aggravated AC joint. Mets don't see as serious.— Buster Olney (@Buster_ESPN) October 22, 2015
Cespedes entered Game 4 batting .273/.273/.485 this postseason with two home runs. Before he
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