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Newark Star-Ledger Apr 28, 2016

Mets mailbag: Will innings limits still be an issue in 2016?

Also, will struggling David Wright change up his pregame routine?
MetsBlog Apr 28, 2016

Mostly Mets Podcast talks Mets, power, Wright and Conforto

Toby Hyde and Rob Brender talk with Andrew Beaton from the Wall Street Journal about the week in Mets, including the team's power surge, David Wright, the pitching staff, and development of Michael Conforto...
New York Post Apr 28, 2016

How David Wright convinced Terry Collins to stay in the lineup

David Wright never needs an excuse to ask to be in the Mets’ lineup, but delivering Tuesday’s go-ahead hit may have provided the perfect cover. Manager Terry Collins originally had considered giving Wright a night off Wednesday, but that idea was scrapped after a brief conversation with the Mets captain. “He came in today and...
New York Post Apr 28, 2016

Neil Walker on cusp of most powerful Mets start ever

Maybe as Mets manager Terry Collins suggested, it’s as simple as a change of scenery for Neil Walker. Maybe, as Walker theorized, it has to do with his age or his weight or galactic alignment. The reason really doesn’t matter. The results do. And for Walker, who just shrugs at the “why,” the results have...
New York Post Apr 28, 2016

Yoenis Cespedes calls pinch-hit homer a career highlight

As he rounded the bases after blasting a pinch-hit, three-run homer that left most onlookers staring in disbelief, Yoenis Cespedes admitted surprise at one aspect of the hit he called one of the most thrilling of his career. He swung at the first pitch. Yup, swinging at the first pitch was the hard part for...
New York Post Apr 27, 2016

Matt Harvey regains strikeout mojo as Mets sweep

Miss Universe delivered the first pitch Wednesday night, and the Mets’ one-time Mr. Universe handled the next 102 directed at the Reds. For Matt Harvey, the results were closer to what the Mets have come to expect than in recent outings. The disclaimer is this: Harvey was facing an unsightly Reds lineup starved for major...
MetsBlog Apr 27, 2016

Wright is satisfied and proud after hitting game-winning single

Though David Wright had been hitting 1 for 17 with runners in scoring position, he came through with a game-winning RBI single in the seventh inning to lead the Mets to victory on Tuesday.
New York Post Apr 27, 2016

David Wright was a mess before ‘grinding’ his game-winning RBI

Yes, Yoenis Cespedes had the hit Tuesday that has everybody in New York talking, if not about presidential primaries then at least Mets baseball. But David Wright had a pretty big hit, too, made even bigger by his health issues. “That can’t go unlooked,” manager Terry Collins said of Wright’s RBI single in the seventh...
New York Post Apr 26, 2016

Yoenis Cespedes went from AWOL to MVP in a blink

The Mets are turning into the Marvel movie series. They employ an abundance of superheroes, and the audience enthusiasm shows no sign of abatement. So the return of Yoenis Cespedes Tuesday night, following his brief absence, made perfect sense. With minimal screen time, the outfielder reasserted his status as king of Citi Field’s hero hill....
New York Post Apr 26, 2016

Yoenis Cespedes’ dramatic pinch-hit homer rescues Mets

It was worth the wait. Definitely worth the wait. The Mets had Yoenis Cespedes taking swings in the batting cages, just in case. Well, the case arose in the seventh inning Tuesday. The Mets were down three runs, but had two men on base. So manager Terry Collins sent bench coach Dick Scott to summon...
New York Post Apr 26, 2016

Mets may need to change Travis d’Arnaud’s position to save him

Maybe one year, soon, we won’t need to ask the question anymore. Then again, maybe one year, soon, the question will be moot. We’re at neither of those junctures because Travis d’Arnaud finds himself on the 15-day disabled list yet again, this time with a strained right rotator cuff. And because, for now, d’Arnaud is...
Newark Star-Ledger Apr 25, 2016

Mets' David Wright describes facing 'ridiculous' Noah Syndergaard

Wright said he faced him last October to prepare for the World Series
Newark Star-Ledger Apr 24, 2016
Yoenis Cespedes, David Wright to sit out Mets-Braves series finale

Yoenis Cespedes, David Wright to sit out Mets-Braves series finale

Cespedes will continue to be sidelined with a leg injury, while Wright will receive a day off.
MetsBlog Apr 21, 2016

Wright's nifty play at third base not enough to get Bourjos out

David Wright made a nice play on a ground ball to his right, but was unable to make a strong-enough throw to first base to retire Peter Bourjos as the Mets losr via walk-off infield single on Wednesday.
MetsBlog Apr 20, 2016

Is David Wright Back to his old self?

The last two seasons for David Wright have kind of been a nightmare. So far in 2016, the returns are promising.

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