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Fantasy Update

Oct 25, 2014
KFFL
New York Mets 3B David Wright (shoulder) said he hasn't experienced any setbacks while recovering ...

Wright hopes to get in swing within 2 weeks

David Wright #5 3BNew York Mets 2014 STATS GM134 HR8 RBI63 R54 OBP.324 AVG.269 NEW YORK -- David Wright, who finished the season inactive because of "weak" and "stretched-out" ligaments that failed to hold his non-throwing shoulder in place, is nearing completion of a rehab program intended to strengthen the area. Wright is due to see a team doctor within two weeks, hoping to gain clearance to begin swinging a bat. Testing the shoulder while swinging will determine whether it is stable enough to avoid surgery.
MetsBlog Oct 27, 2014

David Wright is making progress with his shoulder

David Wright says he is doing well rehabbing his left shoulder and plans to see a doctor in the next couple of weeks.1 Wright injured his shoulder on June 12, he has said. In the 68 games that followed, he received a cortisone shot, missed time, he was hit by a pitch in the sore shoulder, […]
KFFL Oct 25, 2014

Mets | David Wright hoping to avoid surgery

New York Mets 3B David Wright (shoulder) said he hasn't experienced any setbacks while recovering ...
Newark Star-Ledger Oct 25, 2014
Mets' David Wright making progress in shoulder rehab

Mets' David Wright making progress in shoulder rehab

If it goes right he should avoid surgery and be able to begin his regular offseason preparation routine.
Newark Star-Ledger Oct 25, 2014

Mets' David Wright won over by new hitting coach Kevin Long: 'A great, great fit'

The Mets' star was sold on Long's level of preparation. Wright ended a phone call with an affection for him, praising Long's passion and excitement for hitting.
MetsBlog Oct 22, 2014

Why isn’t Jose Reyes on the Mets?

Matthew Cerrone: I got unwillingly sucked in to a thread this morning on Twitter about Jose Reyes, David Wright, injuries, production, etc. The general premise by one fan was that the Mets could only choose to keep one of Wright or Reyes and they chose David because he was less of an injury risk than Jose. Of course, […]
MetsBlog Oct 22, 2014

What happened to David Wright in 2014?

Matthew Cerrone: He’s only 31 years old, so I know I shouldn’t be worried about David Wright. Also, it’s easy to assume his poor production in 2014 is a direct result of shoulder pain. However, he repeatedly told reporters one had nothing to do with the other. However, through the first 66 games of the year, […]

Season review: David Wright

2014 season: 134 games; .269/.324/.374; 8 HR, 63 RBI Evaluation: This season was probably the worst of Wright’s career. His batting average was the second lowest of his career, his on-base percentage was the lowest of his career, as was …
Mets 360 Oct 19, 2014

Are the Mets and Braves potential trade partners this offseason?

One of the staples of offseason talk radio and blog writing is the trade column. And unfortunately, a lot of times this takes the form of “let’s group together our trash and trade it for your star.” There are multiple…Read more →Related Posts:What is a fair contract for the Mets to give Michael Bourn?Why Jonathon Niese should be tradedIs Justin Upton worth acquiring for the Mets?Breaking down Jonathon Niese’s new contractWould you trade David Wright and Jason Bay for nothing?
Newark Star-Ledger Oct 9, 2014
Mets' David Wright on 2015:

Mets' David Wright on 2015: "Expectations are going to be fairly high"

Wright is rehabbing his shoulder right now after an injury ending his season in early September. He hopes to be done with the rehab around Nov. 1 and resume his normal offseason preparation.
Newark Star-Ledger Oct 8, 2014

Mets' David Wright "feeling good" during shoulder injury rehab

Wright was shut down early last month because of a shoulder issue that had bothered him during the entire summer.
MetsBlog Oct 8, 2014

David Wright is on the verge of a lot of round numbers for his career

MetsBlog reader Sean F: I’ve been been looking at the career numbers for David Wright… If he is healthy and plays close to, if not quite, a full season, he has the potential to reach these milestones: 1,000 runs (93 to go); 1,600 games (92 to go); 250 HR (20 to go); 1,000 RBI (61 to go); 200 SB […]
Mets 360 Oct 6, 2014

Mets360 2014 projection review: David Wright

Next up in our projection review series is the captain, David Wright.  Coming off of two MVP-caliber seasons in a row, Wright suffered through arguably the worst season of his career in 2014, with his numbers falling off across the…Read more →Related Posts:Mets360 projection review: Daniel MurphyMets360 2014 projection review: Curtis GrandersonMets360 2014 projection review: Chris YoungMets360 2014 Projection Review: Juan LagaresMets360 2014 projections: David Wright

Burning questions: How will Wright be?

What can the Mets expect from team captain David Wright moving forward? This isn’t an easily answerable question for a number of reasons David Wright #5 3BNew York Mets 2014 STATS GM134 HR8 RBI63 R54 OBP.324 AVG.269 Most notably, it’s not easy because Wright suffered a left shoulder injury with a headfirst slide and it had a significant impact on his 2014 performance. Wright is two weeks into a six-week rehab program to strengthen his shoulder and has conveyed optimism that he won’t need surgery, but won’t know for sure until he tries to swing a bat again.
Newark Star-Ledger Oct 1, 2014
Mets What Ifs?: What if David Wright was healthy all year?

Mets What Ifs?: What if David Wright was healthy all year?

He was hitting .277 with six home runs and a .729 OPS before he had to miss a time for a bruised left rotator cuff. What if Wright had gone on to play a full season at the level he was at before getting hurt?

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