Mets’ Yoenis Céspedes Homers in First Game Since 2018 Season

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  • July 24, 2020
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Mets outfielder and designated hitter Yoenis Céspedes homered Friday in his first game with the team in more than two calendar years.

Mets outfielder and designated hitter Yoenis Céspedes homered Friday in his first game with the team in more than two calendar years.

Céspedes’s home run to left field came with one out in the seventh inning and gave New York a 1-0 lead against the Atlanta Braves.

Opening Day marks Céspedes’s first game since July 20, 2018, against the Yankees.

That July 20 game was the first time Céspedes had played since May 13 of that season. Remarkably, he hit home runs in both of those games, too, giving him a bizarre three-game homer streak over 803 days.

Last May, the Mets announced that Céspedes suffered right ankle fractures in a “violent fall” on his ranch in Port St. Lucie, Fl. New details reported by the New York Post this past January,

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