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David Wright

David Wright
David Wright, born Dec. 20, 1982, in Norfolk, Va., is a baseball player and the current starting third baseman of the New York Mets. He has been with the team since his debut in 2004. Wright is a four-time All-Star (2006-09) and two-time Gold Glove-winner (2007-08) at third base.
David Wright, born Dec. 20, 1982, in Norfolk, Va., is a baseball player and the current starting third baseman of the New York Mets. He has been with the team since his debut in 2004. Wright is a four-time All-Star (2006-09) and two-time Gold Glove-winner (2007-08) at third base. « Show less

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  • Gameday Live 39: Mets-Nationals

     
    A little weekday baseball from Shea today. Staple here, manning the blog, Baumbach and co. at the yard, you there, hopefully pretending to work while keeping up to date and commenting like crazy. Mike Pelfrey (2-3, 4.86) goes for the......
  • Gameday Live 38: Mets-Nationals

     
    Staple here, Lennon and others at the yard, Mets-Nats on tap in a few. Mets (20-17) are coming off a 6-3 win last night over the Nats (16-24) thanks to Ryan Church's 4 RBI. Claudio Vargas will make his Mets......
  • Wagner calls out teammates (again) on ESPN 1050

     
    And for good reason. Billy Wagner, easily the most accessible player on the Mets, was not happy to be fielding most of the questions after today's 1-0 loss to the Nationals. The main reason? He didn't play in the game.......
  • So when's the team meeting in Atlanta?

     
    That's the first thing I jokingly asked David Wright after last night's 11-2 crushing of the Yankees. He laughed. Even Wright, who said on Friday that he's not big fan of team meetings, can't deny that the group therapy the......
  • Why did it have to be Tom Glavine?

     
    The Mets were one pitch away from knocking Tom Glavine into oblivion this afternoon in Game 1 of the split-doubleheader with the Braves. Instead, with the bases loaded in the first inning, both Moises Alou and Carlos Delgado hit line......
  • GAMEDAY LIVE 44: Mets at Braves

     
    The Mets will try and prevent a three-game sweep from Atlanta tonight with Mike Pelfrey (2-4, 4.17) on the mound. He'll face Braves' RHP Jair Jurrgens (4-3, 2.87), as New York attempts to rally around embattled manager Willie Randolph and......
  • Lee Mazzilli comes to defense of fellow Brooklynite

     
    Lee Mazzilli and Willie Randolph both are 53-year-olds who grew up in Brooklyn and spent the early parts of their careers playing in their hometown. Yet, strangely, neither is ready to teach New York Sports Journalism 101. Or any kind......
  • Gary Carter can be in New York tomorrow if needed

     
    Never mind the inconvenient fact that the Mets' managerial position currently is occupied. Gary Carter says he is ready to take over - immediately! Click below to read some bluntly candid remarks from the current manager of the independent......
  • Gameday Live 47: Mets at Colorado

     
    Mets (22-24) at Colorado (19-29), 3:55 p.m. Vargas (0-2, 4.76) vs. Francis (1-4, 5.87) Important game for the Mets and Willie. Lets see if Vargas can be the stopper Santana and Perez were not the last two games. Mets Top......
  • Mission Accomplished?

     
    GM Omar Minaya said this morning that the crisis involving Willie Randolph has passed -- for now, anyway. The controversial events of the past week nearly drowned the Mets manager, from his inflammatory comments to the The Record of Hackensack......
  • Gameday Live 52: Dodgers at Mets

     
    Evening folks. Rod Boone here as tonight's guest blogger and you'll be stuck with me for the next few games. We'll see if the Mets can build off Wednesday night's inspiring extra-inning win over the NL East-leading Marlins. It's Claudio......
  • Schoeneweis? Endy? Tatis?

     
    I dare you to write me a more improbable script for a victory than what happened last night in the Mets' 7-6 victory over the first-place Marlins. I mean, Fernando Tatis? On a team with a payroll approaching $140 million?......