On Wednesday night, New York Mets third baseman David Wright was inducted into the Arizona Fall League Hall of Fame. He was part of the 2017 class that also included Washington Nationals pitcher Max Scherzer and Los Angeles Angels outfielder Mike Trout.
Wright is in the early stage of the rehab process as he looks to come back from lower back surgery. “The goal is to come back as strong as ever,” Wright said told Barry Bloom of MLB.com. “It’s kind of baby steps. We’ll do the rehab process. Then we’ll get into a more strenuous rehab process and see how my body responds, and hopefully start revving it up baseball-wise.”
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The Mets announced their official coaching staff for next season.
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Ken Rosenthal reports that the Pirates have dismissed Director of Latin American Scouting Rene Gayo for accepting improper payment.
Rosenthal also reports that the Atlanta Braves will lose prospects and possibly more for violating rules in the international market.
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Gabriel Burns of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution organizes Alex Anthopoulos’ thoughts on a multitude of topics from his introductory press conference.
Matt Gelb of Philly.com gets the thoughts of Phillies GM Matt Klenack on baseball’s new trend.
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Rob Piersall writes about the Mets start to the off-season is the same old song and dance.
This Day in Mets History
1961: The Mets hold their grand opening of their club offices at 680 Fifth Avenue and introduce their logo.