The New York Mets are sending outfielder Yoenis Cespedes for an MRI on Friday due to the fact there are some fears in the front office regarding a hamstring strain. Cespedes pulled up lame running into second base during Thursday night's game against the Philadelphia Phillies and then winced his way to the dugout and straight into the locker room. If a strain is detected, it could knock Cespedes out for two week to up to a month. That of course would be a disaster for the Mets and Cespedes' fantasy baseball owners as the Cuban already has six home runs but let's not panic yet until we get the official word. In the meantime Michael Conforto is looking at everyday playing time until Cespedes returns.