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David Wright News

  • Wright may start baseball activities next week

    Mets third baseman David Wright, the soul of a team that has lost its way at the plate, is about to take the first steps toward a return.

  • Inbox: How is Wright progressing?

    Is David Wright pain-free when walking, or is he still having trouble with everyday movement? Beat reporter Anthony DiComo answers this question and more in the latest Inbox.

  • Wright in ASG top 5, but Mets need fan help

    Though Jeurys Familia is all but an All-Star lock at this point, the Mets' position players continue to struggle in fan voting. Neither Lucas Duda nor Wilmer Flores ranks in the top five at first base or shortstop, respectively, in the latest 2015 Esurance MLB All-Star Game Ballot, released on Tuesday. Only David Wright cracked the top five at his position.

  • Wright optimistic, but his return is uncertain

    David Wright is confident he will play again this season, stressing multiple times that it should be "sooner rather than later." But he offered nothing regarding a concrete timetable.

  • Wright plans to visit Mets in San Diego

    Injured third baseman David Wright plans to take a break from his physical therapy this week in California, joining the Mets for a day in San Diego. Wright, who has been undergoing physical therapy with a back specialist, plans to drive down to Petco Park on Tuesday.

  • Wright 4th among NL third basemen on All-Star ballot

    David Wright hasn't played since April 14, but that hasn't stopped Mets fans from supporting him on the 2015 Esurance MLB All-Star Game Ballot. Wright currently places fourth among National League third basemen with 327,319 votes, MLB announced Wednesday.

  • Wright heading to California to continue rehab

    The next step in David Wright's rehab process is a week of rest and therapy, which he will complete with back specialist Dr. Robert Watkins at his facility in California.

  • Mets' Wright diagnosed with spinal stenosis

    Mets third baseman David Wright's rehab has been dealt another blow after he was diagnosed with spinal stenosis, a narrowing of the spinal column.

  • Mets' Wright resumes baseball activities

    Sandy Alderson offered several injury updates after visiting veterans at the VA Hospital's Manhattan campus on Monday afternoon.

  • Wright's MRI shows no damage to back

    Wright is currently on the disabled list with a right hamstring injury, but the Mets announced Friday that he's developed lower back pain in the past few days. Wright has already undergone an MRI that showed no structural damage in his back, alleviating some concern.


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