The New York Mets are making some changes to how they handle injuries, according to Sandy Alderson.
Alderson will now meet daily with the training staff, something he hasn't always done in the past.
The front office also is communicating often with its "resources" in Port St. Lucie, Florida, at the team's spring training complex.
The general manager labeled the injuries a "contributing factor" in the team's struggles. The Mets have some of their biggest names on the disabled list, including Noah Syndergaard and Yoenis Cespedes.