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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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  • Delgado hit with ball, is fine

     
    Carlos Delgado was hit in the chest by a ball hit by Brian Schneider in batting practice. He's fine and is in the lineup against the Rockies. Reyes SS Chavez RF All-Star David Wright 3B Beltran CF Easley 2B Delgado......
  • E-mailing with Ryan Church

     
    Here's a roundup of today's Newsday Mets stories: -- Seventh win in a row -- Ryan Church encouraged by new tests done in Cleveland (home town of today's Newsday Mets reporter, Erik Boland) -- Seattle's Raul Ibanez on Mets' radar......
  • Gameday Live 92: Giants at Mets

     
    Mets (47-44) vs.Giants (39-52) John Maine (8-6, 3.91) vs. Barry Zito (4-12, 5.73) The Mets extended their winning streak to five straight games yesterday with their second straight shutout of the Giants. But as the Mets look to go for......
  • Gameday Live: 2008 All-Star Game

     
    Ok, folks. We are about 15 minutes from the scheduled first pitch of 8:39. Have at it. We'll give you plenty of blow-by-blow and second guess the managers ad nauseum. Top of 1st: Cleveland's Cliff Lee had an easy 1-2-3......
  • All-Star Game: Pregame chatter

     
    Greetings everyone. Roderick Boone here today/night to take you through the final All-Star Game here at Yankee Stadium. We should be in for a lot of pomp and circumstance and I'll try to give you as much color as I......
  • Electric Boogaloo

     
    Just a nod to the great headline on the back page of this morning's Newsday. This briefing is going to be, well, brief because I'm running late on my way downtown to the Grand Hyatt, where the All-Stars will be......
  • Mets lose 7-2, late edition

     
    By Anthony Rieber CINCINNATI ??? There it was, etched on the Mets??? faces and apparent in their body language. Frustration. For the first time in a long time. Last night???s 7-2 loss to the Reds was the Mets??? second in......
  • Many New Yorkers stayed up very late for All-Star Game

     
    Here is an item about viewership for the late, late All-Star Game Show on Fox that did not make it into the Sunday newspaper: It ended much earlier than the infamous Mets-Braves game of July 4-5, 1985, and a little......
  • Gameday Live 100: Phillies at Mets

     
    Good evening fans, Marcus Henry here. Welcome to another night on the blog. Tonight marks the 100th game of the Mets season. Obviously, being in a tie with the Phillies for the top spot in the NL East makes this......
  • Gameday Live 102: Phillies at Mets

     
    Phillies (54-47) take on the Mets (54-47) for the series and for first place. It seems like every time the Mets send Oliver Perez to the hill, they need him to not be...well...Oliver Perez. But unpredictable and oft-wild lefty has......
  • Fred Wilpon should write the questions for 'Beer Money'

     
    I never had spent much time around Mets CEO Fred Wilpon until Wednesday, when he held court for 30 minutes with a handful of sports media/business writers at SNY's studios. It was impossible not to be impressed by the guy,......
  • Mets blogger sees Procede man, proceeds cautiously

     
    This, my friends, is the best New York sports blog post of the year. It's about the most ubiquitous sports personality in our area. Derek Jeter? David Wright? Eli Manning? Hah! Giuseppe Franco, of course. Thank you, Matt Cerrone of......