From the NY Post
TRENTON — At 1:30 Friday afternoon, Yoenis Cespedes ran the bases at Citi Field. He felt good, so the 32-year-old decided to pop over to New Jersey for an impromptu rehab assignment with Double-A Binghamton. It was Cespedes’ return to the field after he had missed nearly a month of action with a right hip flexor strain.
“I decided I was OK, so I came here and got a couple at-bats and it [went] well,” Cespedes told reporters through a team translator after going 0-for-2, grounding out to short and flying out to left, before being pinch-hit for in the sixth inning of Binghamton’s game against the Trenton Thunder.
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I am glad he is finally taking swings again. This guy misses sooooo much time every year. Also, he needs a translator again? Earlier this year he didn't.