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Sep 25, 2014
Rotoworld
A dye-cast MRI taken this week on David Wright's injured left shoulder showed ligament damage.
Sep 24, 2014
KFFL
New York Mets 3B David Wright (shoulder) is one week into his six-week program to ...
New York Post Sep 27, 2014
In 2015, there’s one player the Mets need to be a star again

In 2015, there’s one player the Mets need to be a star again

David Wright is stoked about the direction the Mets are heading. He knows they must acquire a couple of key pieces this offseason if they want to avoid their fifth...
MetsBlog Sep 25, 2014

Newsday: Why did Mets wait to send David Wright for follow-up MRI?

David Wright recently received of a dye-contrast MRI exam, which revealed damage to the ligaments that plagued his left shoulder for most of this season. However, he didn’t have the test until after he was shut down for the season. So, what took the Mets so long? >> Read more in Newsday.
Newark Star-Ledger Sep 25, 2014

Mets' David Wright details extent of shoulder injury and if he'd play through it again

Only after being re-examined by doctors in the first week of September, when playing on no longer outweighed the rest, did his season end.
Newsday Sep 25, 2014

Why did Mets wait to send David Wright for follow-up MRI?

After seeing the results of a dye-contrast MRI exam, which revealed damage to the ligaments in his banged-up left shoulder, Mets third baseman David Wright could speak with greater clarity about the injury that marred his season.
MetsBlog Sep 25, 2014

David Wright says he’ll speak up sooner next time, still hoping to avoid surgery

David Wright is in the process of strengthening the sore left shoulder that ended his season. However, he said Wednesday that it might have been beneficial to actually end his season earlier than he did (NY Post, Sept. 24). Wright first injured his shoulder sliding into second base on in early June. He and spent the rest of the season playing with […]
Rotoworld Sep 25, 2014

David Wright's shoulder has ligament damage - David Wright (3B) New York Mets

A dye-cast MRI taken this week on David Wright's injured left shoulder showed ligament damage.
New York Post Sep 25, 2014
David Wright doesn’t expect to need surgery on bruised shoulder

David Wright doesn’t expect to need surgery on bruised shoulder

WASHINGTON — David Wright still hasn’t figured out when to say when. The Mets captain, whose season ended two weeks ago with a bruised left rotator cuff, said Wednesday that...
New York Daily News Sep 25, 2014
Mets captain David Wright looks to avoid knife

Mets captain David Wright looks to avoid knife

David Wright has begun to rehab his left shoulder in hopes of avoiding surgery. The Mets third baseman said Wednesday that he had an “instability” in his non-throwing shoulder because of damage to the ligaments.

Wright on shoulder; d’Arnaud sidelined

WASHINGTON – As David Wright’s left shoulder nagged him in the second half of the season, the third baseman never used it as a crutch for his struggles, insisting to the media that if he was in the lineup, he …

David Wright explains shoulder issue

David Wright #5 3BNew York Mets 2014 STATS GM134 HR8 RBI63 R54 OBP.324 AVG.269 WASHINGTON -- David Wright is one week into a six-week program designed to strengthen his left shoulder. The captain sounded fairly confident he can avoid surgery, but there are no guarantees. Wright, whose season ended after a Sept. 8 appearance due to persistent rotator-cuff inflammation, explained the full issue to ESPNNewYork.com. Wright indicated he has "weak" and "stretched-out" ligaments that are failing to hold the non-throwing shoulder in place.
KFFL Sep 24, 2014

Mets | David Wright rehabbing

New York Mets 3B David Wright (shoulder) is one week into his six-week program to ...
Newark Star-Ledger Sep 16, 2014

Mets: David Wright nominated for Roberto Clemente Award

He was also nominated last year.

Wright nominated for Clemente Award

NEW YORK -- The Mets have nominated David Wright for MLB's annual Roberto Clemente Award. The honor goes to the "player who best represents the game of baseball through positive contributions on and off the field, including sportsmanship and community involvement." Wright Carlos Delgado won the award while a Met in 2006. The Mets wrote about Wright's charitable activity: He launched the David Wright Foundation in 2005 to provide aid and assistance toward the health, emotional development and education for children in need in New York City and his hometown of Norfolk, Virginia.
MetsBlog Sep 12, 2014

Mets honored families and first responders on Sept. 11

The Mets continued their annual tradition of wearing local first responder hats prior to the game played on September 11. Earlier in the day, Jacob deGrom, Daniel Murphy and John Franco spent the day at 1 Police Plaza, meeting with families of the 23 NYPD officers who died on Sept. 11, 2001. The day before, David Wright […]

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