Mesoraco lost nearly all of the 2015 and ’16 seasons due to injuries and eventually surgery. The 2015 campaign was a hip injury that also looked to possibly threaten his future as a catcher. However, he was able to bounce back from that and lost the 2016 to a torn labrum in his shoulder. After playing in 103 and 114 games in 2013 and ’14, Mesoraco played in just 39 combined games the following two seasons. His true breakout season was in 2014, when Mesoraco hit .273 with an .893 OPS. This included 25 home runs and 25 doubles. With injuries threatening his career, 2017 will be a huge season for the former 2009 first round pick Mesoraco to stay healthy.