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Dec 17, 2014
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New York Mets 3B David Wright (shoulder) said he has resumed swinging a bat Wednesday, ...
MetsBlog Dec 18, 2014

David Wright is swinging a bat, will visit Long in january

David Wright has resumed swinging a bat, “a little,” he told reporter Adam Rubin (ESPN, Dec. 18). Wright battled an injured shoulder during most of the second half in 2014, during which he received a cortisone shot and …

David Wright begins to get into swing

David Wright #5 3BNew York Mets 2014 STATS GM134 HR8 RBI63 R54 OBP.324 AVG.269 NEW YORK -- More than his three months after his shutdown following a Sept. 8 game, David Wright has resumed swinging a bat. Wright told ESPNNewYork.com he has "started to swing a little and the volume should increase soon." Wright, who turns 32 on Saturday, now expects to visit new Mets hitting coach Kevin Long in Phoenix in January. The captain finished last season inactive because of "weak" and "stretched-out" ligaments that failed to hold his non-throwing shoulder in place.
KFFL Dec 17, 2014

Mets | David Wright resumes swinging bat

New York Mets 3B David Wright (shoulder) said he has resumed swinging a bat Wednesday, ...
Mets 360 Dec 8, 2014

Who should be atop the Mets batting order in 2015?

Ever since Jose Reyes left after the 2011 season, it has been a scramble for the Mets to find a successor for him at shortstop, but also at the top of the order. The Mets do not have a prototypical…Read more →Related Posts:Curtis Granderson and the leadoff positionGetting the most out of the lineup: Leading off with Chris…Three potential lineups for the 2014 MetsUnconventional thinking: David Wright batting leadoffKirk Nieuwenhuis is Mets’ best option for leading off

How does Wright get back into top 10 at 3B?

AP Photo/John MinchilloThere could still be better days ahead for David Wright.On Sunday, Buster Olney ranked the top 10 third basemen in baseball. Mets third baseman David Wright did not make the list. It won’t be easy for Wright to get a spot either. Nine of the 10 third basemen on Buster’s list are younger than Wright (the exception being Adrian Beltre), and just about all of them are in the prime of their careers. We wrote about the challenges Wright will face moving forward last month, making the comparison to Scott Rolen’s post-prime years.

Buster Olney: Wright not a top-10 3B

David Wright #5 3BNew York Mets 2014 STATS GM134 HR8 RBI63 R54 OBP.324 AVG.269 NEW YORK -- ESPN Insiders can read Buster Olney's list of the top 10 third basemen in the majors, which is headlined by Oakland's Josh Donaldson. One player not on the list, though? The Mets' David Wright. Olney writes that Wright "would normally be in this group, but is coming off a tough season." Wright, who will turn 32 next month, finished the 2014 season inactive because of instability in his non-throwing shoulder.
MetsBlog Nov 21, 2014

The Mets’ path to get David Wright started in 1980…

The Mets, eventually, turned Terry Leach into David Wright. How? You’ll have to find out via the MLB transaction tree put together by Grantland. The Mets come in at No. 2, for best player to player dealings. Read more >> …

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