Due to a scheduling conflict, Mets OF Yoenis Cespedes will have to wait a few days to undergo his second heel surgery which needs to be setback because of issues he is having . however, regularly checkups bring his surgery slated to undergo surgery on Oct. 23. Despite the delay, Cespedes is still expected to begin baseball activities in late February or early March.
The 32-year-old outfielder was hampered by a right hip flexor strain during the season and was ultimately knocked out for the season with heel issues.
Cespedes underwent the first of two surgeries in August and said in September that he felt "very good" and "even better than I was expecting" after his first surgery.
In 38 games during what was an injury-plagued 2018 campaign, Cespedes hit .262/.325/.496 with nine home runs.