Mets' injuries continue to mount as Conforto, McNeil land on IL

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The New York Mets' starting lineup is missing two more star players after placing outfielder Michael Conforto and infielder Jeff McNeil on the 10-day injured list, the team announced Monday.

Both players are dealing with hamstring injuries.

The pair are the latest Mets members to land on the injured list, joining 10 other key players.

Albert Almora Jr. Shoulder contusion
Dellin Betances Shoulder impingement
Carlos Carrasco Sore elbow/hamstring strain
J.D. Davis Sprained finger
Jacob deGrom Side tightness
Luis Guillorme Strained oblique
Seth Lugo Elbow surgery
Jose Martinez Knee surgery
Brandon Nimmo Bone bruise in finger
Noah Syndergaard TJ surgery

Conforto injured himself running to first base on Sunday, while McNeil, who also departed from the same game, has been troubled by leg injuries in recent days.

The two All-Stars are off to slow starts for New York this season but remain important members of its core.

Michael Conforto .230 2 13 .692
Jeff McNeil .242 3 8 .710

The Mets recalled outfielders Khalil Lee and Johneshwy Fargas to replace Conforto and McNeil on the active roster. Additionally, the club transferred reliever Seth Lugo to the 60-day IL.

Mets' injuries continue to mount as Conforto, McNeil land on IL
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