Already known as one of the most snakebit teams in all of baseball when it comes to injury, the New York Mets then saw potential star shortstop Ahmed Rosario exit the team's spring training game versus the Boston Red Sox Monday after taking an HBP to his left hand. Rosario was examined on the field before leaving for testing but this comes on the heels of third baseman Jed Lowrie dealing with a knee problem and 1B/3B Todd Frazier suffering an oblique strain. Honestly, nothing gets the tension mounting among the fantasy baseball community then seeing the term "HBP" and "hand" in the same sentence as one of their batters. Historically, it is about a 50/50 chance a break occurs and so Rosario could be in jeopardy of missing extended time. The real shame of it all is that Rosario really turned it on in the second half of 2018 and has been red hot this spring as well. Capable of hitting for average, stealing a bunch of bases, and popping some homers, Rosario's loss would be a decent one. Check back later for an update on this.