Mets' Yoenis Cespedes undergoes season-ending ankle surgery
New York Mets outfielder Yoenis Cespedes is officially out for the season after undergoing ankle surgery on Thursday afternoon.
Cespedes fractured his right ankle after reportedly falling off a non-horse at his home ranch in Florida. It's the second straight year he's undergone a season-ending leg injury, though in 2019, he never stepped foot on a baseball field.
In 157 plate appearances last season, Cespedes had nine home runs, 29 RBI, a .262 batting average and an .821 OPS.
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