David Wright RUMORS & NEWS

  • Mets looking for David Wright progress the ugly stats miss

    New York Post "Numbers don’t matter. What the Mets look at and concern themselves with in David Wright’s latest minor league rehabilitation in an attempt to make it back to the majors are the simplest aspects. “At this stage, it’s more about the physical. It’s not about..." August 21

  • Mets' Wright on first rehab game: 'I have something to build on'

    SNY TV "Mets captain David Wright said he felt butterflies on Sunday in his first taste of live baseball since last August, but by the end of his day he felt he had "something to build on." "It's good to get out there," said Wright, who started at third base..." August 13

  • David Wright goes 0-for-3 in rehab game for St. Lucie

    Newsday "David Wright made his long-awaited return to baseball Sunday, manning third base in a competitive minor-league game. The Mets’ captain went 0-for-3 with two strikeouts in his first rehab game with high Class A St. Lucie. He played five innings in the field, catching a pop fly in..." August 13

  • Mets' Wright to appear in 1st game in close to a year Sunday

    Newsday "David Wright will make his 2018 debut on Sunday -- with the St. Lucie Mets. The Mets captain is scheduled to play five innings at third base in a rehab assignment with the Single-A squad at Clearwater, the team announced Saturday. " August 11

  • Zack Wheeler Has “Drawn Some Inquiries”

    MLB Trade Rumors "Mets righty Zack Wheeler has “drawn some inquiries” in trade talks, according to James Wagner of the New York Times (Twitter link). It’s not clear at this point how serious the interest is. There’s no specific indication that the Mets are particularly willing..." June 29

  • David Wright takes another step in his unlikely Mets comeback

    New York Post "At this rate, David Wright might beat Yoenis Cespedes back to the Mets lineup. Wright took outdoor batting practice for the first time before the Mets dropped their seventh straight game, 6-4, to the Pirates on Monday night at Citi Field. He will travel with the team to Miami for this..." June 26

  • Mets 3B David Wright takes next step in potential return

    SNY TV "Mets third baseman David Wright has taken the next step in his potentially extreme longshot goal to return, hitting Friday in the batting cage while doing other baseball activity on the field.  Wright had ramped up his level of baseball activity on June..." June 22

  • David Wright remains hopeful of Mets return after playing catch at Citi Field: 'Step in right direction'

    New York Daily News "David Wright has been in this position enough times to know that there are no certainties about what happens next. The setbacks he’s endured because of spinal stenosis and surgeries to his neck, back and shoulder have created an arduous path toward his ultimate goal of returning..." May 31

  • David Wright to be examined by doctors within next 2 weeks

    New York Post "David Wright said he will be examined by doctors within the next two weeks with the hope he can be cleared for baseball activity. The Mets captain, who is coming off multiple surgeries and continues to battle stenosis in his back, is nearing the two-year anniversary of his last..." May 16

  • Why David Wright Believes Tim Tebow Is ‘Most Famous’ Player In Baseball

    NESN "Major League Baseball has its fair share of superstars — Giancarlo Stanton, Aaron Judge, Mike Trout Bryce Harper, just to name a few. But the most famous person in all of baseball might be someone you associate most with football. At least thats’ the opinion of David Wright, who’s watched..." March 13

  • David Wright injury update: Mets 3B sidelined at least two more months

    Sporting News "Mets third baseman David Wright, limited to only 75 games since the 2014 season because of chronic back and shoulder problems, got more discouraging news Monday. Wright, who turned 35 in December, is barred from baseball activities for eight more weeks after an examination revealed continuing..." March 13

  • David Wright’s body cost him a lot more than games

    New York Post "So here is the game. Identify these three: Player A — .316/.370/.503, 141 OPS-plus, 150 homers/797 RBIs. Player B — .301/.382/.506, 137 OPS-plus, 222 homers/876 RBIs. Player C — .284/.375/.515, 129 OPS-plus, 231 homers/859 RBIs. Your clues? Over the past two days I had learned Scott..." March 07