Michael Conforto

The New York Mets’ season cannot end soon enough. Here’s a team that currently has nine of its original 25-man roster on the disabled list.

We can now likely add a 10th player.

Up-and-coming outfielder Michael Conforto appeared to suffer a serious shoulder injury in Thursday’s game against the Arizona Diamondbacks.

It was bad. Really bad.

Here’s a better slow-motion view of the injury itself.

The Mets announced immediately after the injury occurred that Conforto suffered a dislocated shoulder.

As you can see, it looks like the outfielder’s arm went limp as he fell to the ground. Needless to say, this seems to be a long-term injury and could cost him the remainder of the season.

Conforto, 28, is hitting .280 on the season with 27 homers, 68 RBI and a solid .386 on-base percentage.