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Amazin Avenue Oct 9, 2017
Monday Morning Mets Mind Boggler: Mets with 100 RBIs

Monday Morning Mets Mind Boggler: Mets with 100 RBIs

Can you name every player in Mets history with at least 100 RBIs in a season? Jay Bruce was the only Met to reach the 100-RBI plateau in 2017. Of the 101 runs he drove in, 75 came with the Mets and 26 with the Indians. Bruce’s 75 RBIs with the Mets were the most of any player on the team this year, followed by Michael Conforto’s total of 68. For this week’s Mind Boggler, we’re asking you to name every player in Mets history with at least 100 RBIs in a season. Every player in Mets history with at least 100 RBIs in a season Only 14 Mets have accomplished the feat, and several did it...
Outside Pitch Oct 8, 2017

David Wright undergoes back surgery, remains hopeful for 2018 return with New York Mets

If 2017 proved anything, it’s that injuries can sabotage even the most promising of seasons. Such was the case with the New York Mets in 2017. The team sustained injuries to several star players and most of their starting rotation as they sputtered to a 70-92 record. No player understands the frustration of injuries more […] The post David Wright undergoes back surgery, remains hopeful for 2018 return with New York Mets appeared first on OutsidePitchMLB.
Amazin Avenue Oct 6, 2017
Mets Morning News: Wright back under the knife

Mets Morning News: Wright back under the knife

Your Friday morning dose of New York Mets and MLB news, notes, and links. Meet the Mets David Wright underwent another surgery, this one on his back, and vowed he’s not ready to retire. Former Mets manager Bobby Valentine thinks the Mets should pursue two of his former players to fill the seat vacated by Terry Collins: Joe McEwing and Robin Ventura. Former Mets slugger Carlos Beltrain also offered his thoughts, and believes Alex Cora is the man for the job. Filling the managerial vacancy is just one of 11 tasks Alderson has to carry out this offseason, according to NJ.com. Around the NL...
Amazin Avenue Oct 5, 2017
David Wright undergoes back surgery, still has no plans to retire

David Wright undergoes back surgery, still has no plans to retire

The third baseman had his second procedure in as many months, but he’s as determined as ever to get back on the field. David Wright, perhaps the best slugger in Mets franchise history, had back surgery on Thursday. It’s a procedure that the third baseman says should reduce the risk of further issues to his back in the future. He had a surgery done on his shoulder last month for the same reason. With these two surgeries now in the past, Wright is hopeful to return to baseball action “as soon as possible.” However, recent history tells us to not hold our collective breath. That’s...
Washington Times Oct 5, 2017

Mets' Wright has surgery to treat spinal nerve compression

NEW YORK (AP) - Mets captain David Wright underwent back surgery, his second operation in a month as he tries to return to the major leagues after an absence of 1½ years. The team said Thursday that Wright had a procedure in Los Angeles called a laminotomy, is which a ...
Sports Illustrated Oct 5, 2017

David Wright Undergoes Back Surgery, Intends to Return to Field

The latest surgery comes less than a month after he had a surgery to repair a torn rotator cuff.
CBS NY Oct 5, 2017
Mets’ Wright Undergoes Back Surgery, Eyes 2018 Comeback

Mets’ Wright Undergoes Back Surgery, Eyes 2018 Comeback

David Wright underwent yet another surgery Thursday, but don't think that means the Mets captain is on the verge of giving up on his comeback bid.
Larry Brown Sports Sep 29, 2017

David Wright rips ‘cowardly’ Mets for anonymously criticizing Terry Collins

Some New York Mets anonymously criticized manager Terry Collins in an article published by Newsday Thursday, and David Wright is having none of it. Wright said players speaking ill of Collins anonymously is “cowardly and lazy.” Here’s what the longtime Mets third baseman said to NorthJersey.com’s Matt Ehalt. “That’s a real cowardly thing to do,”...Read More
Outside Pitch Sep 26, 2017

New York Mets: Several players enjoying late-season surges

As the New York Mets season winds down, one player is heating up. Travis d’Arnaud is on a hot streak of late. He is batting .321 with five doubles, six home runs and 16 runs batted in 16 games played in September. The 28-year-old drove in two runs as the Mets defeated the Atlanta Braves, […] The post New York Mets: Several players enjoying late-season surges appeared first on OutsidePitchMLB.
Mets 360 Sep 26, 2017

Phillip Evans could be in the third base mix for the Mets

With a few exceptions, most notably the David Wright era, third base has been a traditional trouble spot for the Mets. With Wright’s future as a third sacker a huge question mark, to say the least, that position is up…Read more →
Washington Times Sep 24, 2017

Nats slugger Harper could return from knee injury Monday

NEW YORK (AP) - Bryce Harper could come off the disabled list and return to the Washington Nationals' lineup Monday night in the opener of a three-game series at Philadelphia. "We're still trying to make up our minds," manager Dusty Baker said after Sunday's victory over the New York Mets. ...

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