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Mets captain David Wright, among others, believe that Matt Harvey has made the correct choice in deciding to undergo Tommy John surgery. September 30: In challenging year, Mets lay out their future
In large part because of what happened in 2013, the Mets head into this offseason not knowing the identity of next season's first baseman, shortstop, outfield or rotation -- all things they hoped to settle between the white lines this summer. September 27: Wright returns after missing one game
David Wright was back in the Mets' lineup for Saturday's game against the Brewers after missing Friday's game with a swollen right thumb. Before leaving the clubhouse on Friday night, Wright said he hoped to play Saturday. He got his wish, as manager Terry Collins wrote him into the lineup, batting in his customary third spot in the order. September 27: Wright's head OK, but he sits with thumb injury
When David Wright was hit on the left side of his helmet by Johnny Hellweg's 86-mph changeup Thursday night against the Brewers, the immediate concern was the effect it had on Wright's head. But the less alarming result is what kept him out of the Mets' lineup on Friday. September 26: Gee rebounds but falls short of 200 innings
An arduous second frame Thursday night precluded Dillon Gee from picking up his 200th inning of the season. Gee's early struggles cost him, and the Mets' offense could not pick him up in a 4-2 loss to the Brewers. September 26: Wright exits game after taking pitch to head
Mets third baseman David Wright left Thursday's game in the third inning after being hit in the helmet with a pitch by the Brewers' Johnny Hellweg. Wright stayed on the ground for several moments before walking off the field. September 26: Wright ready for offseason role as recruiter
With the Mets expected to make a significant splash in the free agent market this winter, David Wright is once again relishing his role as recruiter.
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