New York Mets outfielder Yoenis Cespedes left Game 4 with shoulder soreness

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Yoenis Cespedes guaranteed to be ready for the World Series, and said the shoulder soreness had nothing to do with golf.

The player left Wednesday’s 8-3 game against the Chicago Cubs during the second inning with shoulder soreness. According to Manager Terry Collins, Cespedes got a cortisone shot and should be ready for Friday’s team workout at Citi Field.

The World Series starts on Tuesday at Kansas City or Toronto, depending on which team wins.

“I’ll be ready by Sunday,” Cespedes stated. “If not, I’ll chop it off and put a new one on.”

Cespedes explained the shoulder didn’t bother him till the beginning of Wednesday’s game, but he’s not sure when exactly he injured it.

“I don’t really know,” the player explained. “I just know that after the first at-bat, when I went back to the dugout, it just started bothering me. That’s when I felt it.”

During Game 4 of the National League Championship Series, Cespedes walked and struck out in two plate appearances before leaving the game.

The player was seen golfing on Wednesday morning at the suburban Medinah Country Club, but according to him “It didn’t affect me at all,” he said. “It’s been part of my routine. I’ve played all year long, and I played all last year. It actually helps me with my swing.”

Cespedes is hitting .265 (9-for-34) with two homers and seven RBIs this postseason.


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