For the second season in a row, it has been nothing short of an injury-marred mess for both New York Mets outfielder Yoenis Cespedes and his increasingly annoyed fantasy baseball owners. Having endured unending injuries in a 2017 where a major chunk of the year was spent on the DL, this season is shaping up already as more of the same as Cespedes has been out for the last month with a quad strain and apparently is still not ready to make his return. With Cespedes having reported ongoing pain in the quad as recently as just this past weekend, we could be looking at another 10 days at least until Cespedes can be considered close to getting ready to play again. In the meantime, Cespedes' fantasy baseball are left with a guy who was not playing all that great before he got injured (.255 average, 8 home runs) and now is missing a major portion of the season for the second year in a row. While the patience is growing thin, all Cespedes owners have to still stash him away as his power bat is too valuable to just cast to the waiver wire for someone else in your league to scoop up for nothing but the patience has already gone out the door here.