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Jul 18, 2014
KFFL
New York Mets 3B David Wright (shoulder) is back in the starting lineup Friday, July ...
New York Post Jul 22, 2014

Teammates wine-and-dine Wright for his 10th anniversary

SEATTLE — David Wright got the full anniversary treatment. Upon arriving in town Sunday night, the Mets third baseman received a surprise dinner from teammates to celebrate his 10 years...
MetsBlog Jul 22, 2014

Game Recap: Mariners 5 – Mets 2

Result: The Mets lost to the Mariners, 5-2, in the first of a three-game series in Seattle. Need to Know: Jonathon Niese made his first start since July 4 after a stint on the disabled list. Niese allowed four runs on 11 hits in six innings. Monday marked 10 years since David Wright debuted with […]
Newark Star-Ledger Jul 22, 2014

Mets 3B David Wright remembers his debut and looks back on 10 years in majors

Ten years later, on the anniversary of his first game, he has not forgotten a single vital moment.
Newsday Jul 21, 2014

David Wright's 10-year anniversary with Mets celebrated with teammates

The Mets charter landed early enough Sunday evening for a few teammates to propose meeting for dinner. But slowly, it dawned on David Wright that this gathering would be out of the ordinary.

A decade for Wright

SEATTLE – The details of July 21, 2004 have not escaped David Wright. His flight landed that day at LaGuardia airport, and he’d later see his No. 5 jersey hanging inside a locker inside Shea Stadium, signaling he was truly …

On 10th anniversary, Wright reminisces

SEATTLE -- The celebration of the 10th anniversary of David Wright's major league debut began with a surprise party of sorts thrown by teammates late Sunday night. Actually, Wright said, it more resembled a roast. Wright estimated 30 to 40 people in the Mets traveling party joined him for dinner after the team landed in Seattle from San Diego. Monday marks the 10th anniversary of Wright’s debut -- an 0-for-4 performance against the Montreal Expos at Shea Stadium on July 21, 2004.
MetsBlog Jul 21, 2014

Mets took Wright out to dinner, wouldn’t let him pay

The Mets surprised David Wright and took him out to dinner to mark his 10th anniversary in the major leagues. Wright tried to pay, as usual, but the team refused. The team captain said he was touched by the gesture. Listen to Wright talk about the dinner and his 10 years in the MLB…
Newark Star-Ledger Jul 21, 2014
Mets 3B David Wright debuted 10 years ago today; A look back

Mets 3B David Wright debuted 10 years ago today; A look back

After 10 years, what's been your favorite David Wright memory?

Morning Briefing: Wright's 10th anniversary

Keith Torrie/David Wright made his major league debut in this July 21, 2004 game against the Montreal Expos at Shea Stadium. He went 0-for-4.SAN DIEGO FIRST PITCH: The captain celebrates an anniversary on Monday. David Wright made his major league debut on July 21, 2004 against the Montreal Expos at Shea Stadium, ending a revolving door at third base for the franchise. The Mets’ lineup that day? Jose Reyes, 2b Kazuo Matsui, ss Ty Wigginton, 1b Cliff Floyd, lf Richard Hidalgo, rf Mike Cameron, cf Wright, 3b Vance Wilson, c Jae Weong Seo, rhp Wright had been drafted by the organization...

Rapid Reaction: Padres 2, Mets 1

SAN DIEGO -- At least they weren’t no-hit! The Mets, who stormed into the All-Star break by winning eight of 10 games on their homestand, got tripped up in San Diego to open the second half. In his fifth major league start, eephus-throwing Cuban defector Odrisamer Despaigne held the Mets hitless until Daniel Murphy's two-out double in the eighth and the Padres ultimately won, 2-1, in Sunday’s rubber game at Petco Park. David Wright followed Murphy’s double with a game-tying RBI single on Despaigne’s 123rd and final pitch, snapping an 0-for-11 drought to begin the second half.

Wright prefers Seattle catch to S.D.

SAN DIEGO -- In 2005, David Wright had a pair of dazzling catches: one a barehanded grab while retreating into left field in San Diego, the other a diving grab in the stands in Seattle. The Mets' current trip takes them to both locales. So which catch is Wright's favorite? "I like the Seattle one, personally," said Wright, who celebrates the 10-year anniversary of his major league debut on Monday. Here's San Diego: And here's Seattle:
KFFL Jul 18, 2014

Mets | David Wright in lineup

New York Mets 3B David Wright (shoulder) is back in the starting lineup Friday, July ...
MetsBlog Jul 16, 2014

Did the Mets waste David Wright’s best years?

The Mets have real pitching, and a few young hitters worth noting in the farm system, but will David Wright be who the Mets need him to be when it’s time for them to contend for the post season, one GM asked columnist Joel Sherman. In short, Sherman asks, have the Mets wasted the prime […]

Wright anniversary: now 10 years a Met

Chris Trotman/David Wright's major league debut came on July 21, 2004.NEW YORK -- David Wright has a $138 million contract that takes him through 2020. He is the captain of the New York Mets. And the 31-year-old Wright is no longer a bachelor, having married model Molly Beers in December. Ten years ago, though, Wright was a rookie with mismatched clothes, seeking to halt the franchise’s revolving door at third base after being selected with a compensation pick for the Mets losing Mike Hampton as a free agent to Colorado.
New York Post Jul 15, 2014

Did the Mets waste David Wright’s best years?

An opposing general manager was recently talking up the Mets. He loved their pitching possibilities already in the majors, still in the minors and currently on the DL (Matt Harvey)....

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