Tag: David Wright

Collins Says Wright “Could” Begin Light Baseball Activities Next Week

An article by posted on July 1, 2015 0 Comments
Collins Says Wright “Could” Begin Light Baseball Activities Next Week

Manager Terry Collins told Mike Puma of the New York Post that the club is hopeful that third baseman David Wright can resume “limited” baseball activities next week. Collins said the team won’t know more until seeing Wright this weekend in Los Angeles, when the Mets play the Dodgers, but there is a strong possibility the […]

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Alderson Describes David Wright’s Return As Ambiguous

An article by posted on June 27, 2015 0 Comments
Alderson Describes David Wright’s Return As Ambiguous

Sandy Alderson told reporters at Citi Field on Friday that David Wright remains in Los Angeles and continues to get treatment on his lower back for spinal stenosis. Wright meets with Dr. Robert Watkins every Monday to discuss any progress and to plan out each week’s specific rehabilitation goals. But he has yet to be […]

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Featured Post: The Case For (And Against) Todd Frazier

An article by posted on June 11, 2015 0 Comments
Featured Post: The Case For (And Against) Todd Frazier

Kevin Kernan of the New York Post proposed an interesting trade target in his column today: Reds’ slugger Todd Frazier. Trade proposals for Frazier were flying all over Twitter yesterday. In fact, trade proposals for a bunch of Reds veterans were flying around. The Reds are floundering, and find themselves sitting at 23-29, 5.5 games […]

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Daniel Murphy Is Worth Retaining Beyond This Season

An article by posted on June 4, 2015 0 Comments
Daniel Murphy Is Worth Retaining Beyond This Season

There has been much discussion between fans and the Mets’ brain trust alike on whether or not this will be Daniel Murphy‘s last season in a Mets uniform. Coming off his first all-star season last year in which Murphy slashed a very respectable .289/.332/.403 with nine home runs and fifty-seven RBI’s, Daniel is back at […]

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Some Intriguing Infield Trade Targets For Sandy Alderson

An article by posted on June 4, 2015 0 Comments
Some Intriguing Infield Trade Targets For Sandy Alderson

I don’t know how everyone else felt listening to David Wright‘s comments to the media yesterday before the game. It’s tough to see David go through something like this. People can knock him all they want for whatever reason, but one thing is for sure: he’s a gamer. He wants to be out there with […]

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Tejada Continues To Produce, Has Three-Hit Night

An article by posted on June 2, 2015 0 Comments
Tejada Continues To Produce, Has Three-Hit Night

Ruben Tejada continued to swing a hot bat on Monday night, going 3-for-5 with a double and two runs scored. He is now 8-for-17 with four RBI over his last four games since starting at third base. After the game manager Terry Collins told reporters that he doesn’t want Tejada to view this as a […]

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Matt Reynolds Could Fill The Void In The Infield

An article by posted on May 28, 2015 0 Comments
Matt Reynolds Could Fill The Void In The Infield

With David Wright‘s immediate future currently up in the air, the Mets have a huge hole in their lineup at the hot corner. Danny Muno and Eric Campbell don’t look like players that can fill an everyday role in the lineup. We have seen Campbell have success off the bench (last year), but he gets […]

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Wright’s Contract Is Insured For 75 Percent Of Total Value

An article by posted on May 26, 2015 0 Comments
Wright’s Contract Is Insured For 75 Percent Of Total Value

No word yet on David Wright and what went down in California, but some very important news from Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports. Rosenthal learned from a team source that Wright’s contract is insured for up to 75 percent of the total value. Once Wright misses 60 days, the Mets would begin to receive 75 percent […]

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No Time Like The Present To Honor Our Past

An article by posted on May 23, 2015 0 Comments
No Time Like The Present To Honor Our Past

Ready? Set? Go!!! Quick. Name FIVE San Diego Padres to have their number retired. A few weeks back I needed to get recharged and drove one hour north of Las Vegas to Valley of Fire State Park. One of the many things to see amongst the 42,000 acres of red sandstone formations, shifting sand dunes […]

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The Secret To Bartolo Colon’s Success

An article by posted on May 15, 2015 0 Comments
The Secret To Bartolo Colon’s Success

Bartolo Colon has a secret, but not for long. When the New York Mets signed Colon to a two-year, $20 million deal prior to the 2014 season, fans and the media scoffed at investing in an aging veteran pitcher. Colon is now 41, but honestly, his physique suggests he’s closer to 55. What we saw — […]

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