Mets slugger Yoenis Cespedes snaps diamond chain sliding into second

New York Mets outfielder Yoenis Cespedes left it all on the diamond on Wednesday night - including his diamonds. 

The Cuban-born slugger snapped his glitzy diamond necklace during a hard slide into second base in the first inning of the Mets' 7-0 loss to the visiting Atlanta Braves, scattering gems around the infield. 

Cespedes hustled into the bag after blooping a ball down the right field line, and second baseman Ozzie Albies jumped over him while receiving a throw from the outfield.

the play when he noticed one of his necklaces was broken, pulled it off his neck and furiously threw it to the ground. 

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Yoenis Cespedes was stretching after hitting a first-inning double when he noticed one of his necklaces was broken, pulled it off his neck and furiously threw it to the ground

New York second baseman Asdrubal Cabrera (left) and second base umpire Bill Welke helped pick up pieces of the necklace before the top of the second inning

Cespedes snapped his diamond chain sliding into second in the bottom half of the first inning

New York second baseman Asdrubal Cabrera (left) and second base umpire Bill Welke helped pick up pieces of the necklace before the top of the second inning after Cespedes snapped his diamond chain sliding into second in the bottom half of the first inning (right)

The Mets telecast showed what appeared to be diamonds glistening in the dirt near the bag. A half-inning later, New York second baseman Asdrubal Cabrera and second base umpire Bill Welke stooped around the base, apparently picking up pieces of the necklace.

'Well, the cleanup is underway after Yoenis Cespedes's necklace exploded,' SNY play-by-play man Gary Cohen said. 'Asdrubal Cabrera, who has done everything for this team this year, now doing the housekeeping, as well.'

On Tuesday, Cespedes and his chain had a much better night as the Cuban-born slugger homered and singled twice while his diamond-studded necklace remained perfectly intact 

On Tuesday, Cespedes and his chain had a much better night as the Cuban-born slugger homered and singled twice while his diamond-studded necklace remained perfectly intact 

The double extended Cespedes's eight-game

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