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  • Wright receives third Clemente Award nom

    David Wright is once again the Mets' nominee for the annual Roberto Clemente Award, Major League Baseball's highest off-the-field honor. MLB and Chevrolet jointly announced all 30 nominees on Tuesday, one for each team.

  • Wright, Gee visit first responders at firehouse

    Mets third baseman David Wright, whose father is a retired police officer, and pitcher Dillon Gee, whose father is a firefighter in Texas, made a visit to FDNY Squad 288, HazMat 1 in the Maspeth neighborhood of Queens on Wednesday.

  • Mets shut down Wright for rest of season

    Mets third baseman David Wright announced late Tuesday night that he will not play again out of concern for his balky left shoulder, which has bothered him to varying degrees since June.

  • Lagares, Wright break out in Mets' win

    Juan Lagares had the type of night he needed to continue establishing himself with a month left in the season. And it was the type of night the Mets were all too happy to accept, combining it with David Wright's breakout in an 8-6 win over the Marlins at Marlins Park.

  • 5 signature plays of Wright's 10-year career

    Monday marked the 10-year anniversary of David Wright donning a Mets uniform for the first time. Here's a look at five of the greatest moments for arguably the greatest player in franchise history.

  • Wright wraps up first decade with Mets

    Considering David Wright is the only current Mets player who was on the team even six years ago, his decade in Flushing stands as a rather remarkable accomplishment. He is also one of a select few Major League stars harboring real potential to spend his entire career with one team.

  • Mets stay hot, sweep Fish to rise in standings

    The Mets wrapped up their homestand Sunday with a 9-1 win over the Marlins to complete the series sweep and give the club its eighth win in its last 10 games.

  • deGrom dazzles as Mets roll to milestone win

    The 20,671 fans scattered about Citi Field on Tuesday had a right to be mystified. Expecting to see the first-place Braves do battle with the fourth-place Mets, Citi's fans instead watched something completely backward unfold. It was the Mets who proved dominant throughout the night, parlaying Jacob deGrom's best career start into the franchise's 4,000th victory, an 8-3, 18-hit stomping of the Braves.

  • Mets top Braves in 11 on Tejada's walk-off hit

    Monday night's walk-off, 11-inning, 4-3 win over the Braves at Citi Field represented a small but impactful step in the right direction for the Mets. Ruben Tejada delivered the game-winning single off Anthony Varvaro in the 11th, after Juan Lagares sparked the rally with a one-out double.

  • Mets pour on offense, Niese extends streak

    The Mets broke out the bats in Sunday's finale against the Marlins, tying a season high with 17 hits in an 11-5 victory.


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