Michael Conforto leaves Mets game with hamstring injury

Michael Conforto leaves Mets game with hamstring injury

New York City, NEW YORK – APRIL 08: Michael Conforto # 30 of the New York Mets commemorates after being struck by a pitch with the bases loaded to require in the winning run in the bottom of the ninth inning against the Miami Marlins at Citi Field on April 08, 2021 in New York City. (Photo by Mike Stobe/Getty Images).
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The New York Mets could be in for more bad injury news after Michael Conforto left Sundays game versus the Tampa Bay Rays.
Conforto and the Mets had actually been in contract talks prior to the season began, but stopped working to reach and contract. Such is an important story to this upgrade, as any severe injury to Conforto would regrettably affect his possibility at a big payday next offseason.

Geez. Conforto got his right hamstring as he ran down the line. Hes out of the video game.
When it rains, it puts.
— Steve Gelbs (@SteveGelbs) May 16, 2021.

Conforto and the Mets are on a two-game losing streak, wishing to snap that skid versus the Rays on Sunday. Up until now, so bad with the star outfielder pulling up lame en route to first base.

Michael Conforto runs out the video game after bring up lame on his way to first base in the first inning.
Jake Hager changes Conforto in right field, a position he has actually never played expertly.
The Mets are down to 2 bench players: catchers Tomas Nido and Patrick Mazeika.
— Tim Healey (@timbhealey) May 16, 2021.

From Gelbs viewpoint, Confortos injury appeared like a hamstring problem.
Mets dealing with enough injury problems as is.
Jacob deGrom, for one, is hopefully nearing a return. New York does not require one of their finest bats going down just as their ace comes back.
Conforto is striking just.230 on the season so far, however hes got five-tool potential at his best, and hes in an agreement year. The wise money is on him improving throughout a long campaign.
A seven-game winning streak provided the Mets some breathing space in the NL East, which they rapidly offered up with a two-game skid. New York was projected to win 96 games by PECOTA before the season.