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Céspedes could be back in a few days

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

On Thursday night, Yoenis Céspedes left with a strained hamstring against the Philadelphia Phillies. Now, he expects to miss two-to-three games.

It was previously reported that it was a cramp, which was hit the case. Céspedes confirmed after the game that it was not a cramp.

Yoenis Céspedes (Getty Images)

Yoenis Céspedes (Getty Images)

He said that he “felt a shock in his hamstring.” Céspedes has also had similar injuries in the past.

He is expected to undergo an MRI on Friday morning. Shortly thereafter, the Mets and the outfielder will have a better idea if it is worse than he says it is.

He got injured while he was running to second base.

The 31-year-old went 1-for-2 in the game prior to the injury. He also had a walk.

This season, he has a .255 batting average with six home runs and 10 RBI’s in 15 games.

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