Hey folks, remember that Home Run last night at Yankees Stadium by Yo? Guess what you might not see again for a while
From the NY Post
“I realize what is causing my problems are my heels,’’ Cespedes said through a translator. “When I feel some pain on my heels, I started to modify my walking, my running, even my standing. That’s the main cause I am having [of] these problems in my leg.Read more here.
“The only way that I can avoid my heels from keep bothering me or getting me hurt is having the surgery.
“I’m still thinking about [having the surgery] because the recovery process takes 8-to-10 months.’’
Then he has to work himself back into game shape.
There you go. So if he doesn’t have the surgery now, 2019 is a washout as well. His contract runs through 2020.
Next year it might be time to see if Cespedes wants to be traded to the AL so he can play DH and extend his career.