Mets' $75 million outfielder is now riding a horse to practice

Mets outfielder Yoenis Cespedes, who signed a $75 million contract this offseason, has caused a stir in spring training with all of the different high-end vehicles he has driven to practice.

After shocking everybody with a different car each day of the first week of camp, Cespedes upped the ante on Tuesday when he arrived to the Mets’ facilities on horseback along with Mets pitcher Noah Syndergaard.

Yes, Cespedes is riding a horse.

Now that’s how you make an entrance! @ynscspds @Noahsyndergaard #Mets ???????? pic.twitter.com/7tnqRQF6tV
— New York Mets (@Mets) March 1, 2016

It is unclear how much money Cespedes dropped on the horse, but it is safe to say that it probably didn’t cost as much as his previous rides.

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