David Wright RUMORS & NEWS

  • David Wright refuses to give up comeback attempt to rejoin Mets

    New York Daily News "David Wright is not going to give up. The Mets captain said that after surgery to repair the rotator cuff in his right shoulder, he feels like he should keep attempting to come back. But he understands that he may not return as the Mets’ third baseman and that the team may need to secure their..." September 07

  • David Wright to have rotator cuff surgery Tuesday, Mets announce

    New York Daily News "David Wright is headed back to the operating table. The Mets' captain, who shut down his latest comeback attempt last week due to continued pain in his throwing shoulder, will undergo surgery to repair his right rotator cuff on Tuesday in New York, the Mets announced before Monday's game..." September 04

  • Wright terminates rehab assignment as shoulder pain lingers

    North Jersey "David Wright's season is in jeopardy. The Mets announced in a release Monday that Wright, the Mets' captain, has been shut down and will be re-examined in New York later this week. “After playing in a few games, I continued to have shoulder pain," Wright said in a statement. "So I decided..." August 29

  • Mets not ruling out 2017 return for rehabbing Wright

    New York Post "David Wright is giving 2017 one last shot. The Mets captain, who has been sidelined since spring training with a right shoulder impingement that has prevented him from throwing, reported to Port St. Lucie earlier this week to begin low-level baseball activity, according to assistant general..." August 03

  • David Wright still battling to return on one-year anniversary of his last game

    New York Daily News "Saturday was an anniversary that no one in the Mets organization wanted to acknowledge. The front office talked around it and Terry Collins said it just made him sad. Jose Reyes was shocked. Saturday marked one year since David Wright had last played a game. “That’s hard to believe,” said..." May 28

  • David Wright begins throwing program but is still ‘ways away’ from returning to Mets

    New York Daily News "David Wright has resumed throwing, but the third baseman is still a "ways away," from being able to return to playing in the major leagues, according to Mets assistant GM John Ricco. The Mets captain has re-started a light and slow throwing program that consists of long toss which he was shut down..." April 11

  • Wright: 'Disappointment level is high' with Opening Day streak over

    New York Post "David Wright has spent 347 days on the disabled list in recent seasons, but Monday’s inactivity will seem a little different for the Mets captain. After 12 straight starts at third base on Opening Day to begin his major league career, Wright will be reduced to a spectator when the Mets play..." April 02

  • David Wright unlikely to return before end of April

    MLB.com "When the Mets flew north from Florida on Thursday evening, they left only a small portion of their roster behind. Matt Harvey and Zack Wheeler stayed in Port St. Lucie to throw a few last tune-up innings. Injured outfielder Brandon Nimmo settled in for rehab. But David Wright, injured shoulder..." April 01