Logically, it wouldn't seem that injuries would carry over for an entire baseball team from one year to the next. Sure, there are injury-prone players on every team in the majors but not statistical reasons why a certain team(s) has to deal with big problems over multiple years unless they keep all those same injury-prone guys. Yet that sure seems to be the case for the New York Mets. That third baseman David Wright hasn't played yet in 2017 is no shock. He's always hurt. Now, however, the Mets' two most important players are ailing: ace Noah Syndergaard was scratched from Thursday's start with biceps tendinitis.