Mets' Conforto, McNeil leave game early with hamstring issues

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New York Mets stars Michael Conforto and Jeff McNeil both exited Sunday's game against the Tampa Bay Rays with hamstring injuries, according to Mike Puma of the New York Post.

Conforto, who's dealing with right hamstring tightness, left in the first inning after trying to beat out a double play. McNeil suffered the ailment in his left hamstring and departed the contest in the third when Patrick Mazeika pinch hit for him.

Following the game, McNeil said that he's dealing with "left leg tightness," according to Deesha Thosar of the New York Post. He described the issue as a "carry-over" from previous cramps.

The duo hasn't been producing as expected this season. Conforto entered Sunday's game with two home runs and a .697 OPS, while McNeil has hit three round-trippers with a .698 OPS.

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