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David Wright (3B)

New York Mets

Bats: R, Throws: R

David Wright went 1-for-3 with a three run home run. Wright also walked twice and scored two runs. (Source: ESPN)

Fantasy Impact: Wright has continued to excel since coming off the disabled list. Wright is back to being a must owned player and should be a part of daily fantasy line ups.


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David Wright was the lone bright spot for the Mets on Wednesday night as he went 2-for-4 with a double in the Mets 6-0 loss to the Marlins.

Fantasy Impact: With tonight's performance, David Wright has raised his batting average to .303 on his injury plagued season. Wright does have a mini four-game hitting streak, batting .400 over that span, heading into the Subway Series vs. the Yankees on Friday.


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David Wright went 2-for-4 with two doubles including the game winning RBI in the Mets 4-3 win over Miami. (Source: ESPN)

Fantasy Impact: David Wright is now batting 275 with two home runs, three doubles and five RBI since his return from the disabled list. Wright has also posted a .359 on base percentage the past 16 games.


David Wright went 2-for-4 with a double in tonight's game against Philadelphia. Wright also scored a run. (Source: ESPN)

Fantasy Impact: Wright is due for a day of rest tomorrow as the Mets wrap up their series with the Phillies. Expect Juan Uribe to get the start.


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David Wright collects two hits

Thu, Aug 27th 11:45pm EDT
By Mike Ryan

David Wright went 2-for-6 with two runs scored in a win over the Phillies. Wright also drew a walk in the game. (Source: ESPN)

Fantasy Impact: Wright looked comfortable at the plate since his return from a four month absence. According to manager Terry Collins, Wright is line to start the first two games against Boston with rest likely for Sunday.


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David Wright launched a solo home run in his first at bat after a 131 day stint on the disabled list. Wright finished the night 2-for-5 with three runs and a walk. (Source: ESPN)

Fantasy Impact: David Wright looked every bit himself at the plate in his first game back off the disabled list. Wright however, looked a step slow in the field committing two errors. Wright could be a buyer beware player as there is always a possibility of him going down with an injury but should be picked up in fantasy leagues as of now.


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David Wright to return Monday

Tue, Aug 18th 9:19am EDT
By Blaine Blontz

New York Mets 3B David Wright is set to return from the disabled list next Monday against the Philadelphia Phillies. Wright is recovering from spinal stenosis in his lower back. (Source: ESPN)

Fantasy Impact: Wright has been on the shelf for most of the season due to the back issue. It remains TBD what his value will be moving forward considering his age and injury history.


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Wright played third base for the St. Lucie Mets last night for six innings. His ability to play the field was yet another step toward his return to the Mets from the spinal stenosis he is suffering from. Wright went 1-for-3 and is now 2-for-6 during his rehab stint. (Source: NY Post)

Fantasy Impact: Wright is expected to need at least 25 plate appearances before the Mets consider bringing him back to the MLB club. Assuming he has no setbacks, Wright could be ready to return by late August. Given the persistent back issues, however, it is questionable what type of power Wright will have once he is cleared to play. That said, he is certainly worth a stash in most formats for fantasy owners making a stretch run if he has been dropped.


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David Wright finally returned to the baseball field today going through a light workout at Citi Field. Wright fielded ground balls and made throws over to first base without any discomfort. (Source: New York Post )

Fantasy Impact: Wright is expected to continue to workout with the Mets for the duration of this week. The aim is for him to return to Port St. Lucie next week to begin a rehab assignment and participate in games.


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David Wright has begun to train moderately in California and has begun some baseball activity. Wright is expected to return to New York later next week to do some workouts with the team. The news was a big turnaround from what was posted earlier this week. (Source:

Fantasy Impact: Wright is still a long way from playing this season and will likely have a minimum fantasy impact when he returns.


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According to Sandy Alderson, there was been no change to Wright being cleared for baseball activity. Manager Terry Collins was optimistic Wright was close to being cleared two weeks ago. (Source: ESPN)

Fantasy Impact: Wright, who is still recovering from spinal stenosis, continues to be out. It may be best advised to rule him out for the season. Wright has no fantasy value until he can prove what he can do on the field again.


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David Wright still not cleared

Tue, Jul 14th 7:19pm EDT
By Mike Ryan

David Wright has still yet to be cleared for baseball activities. A rumor circulated that Wright might be cleared to resume activities starting Monday. However after his weekly visit with the doctor there was no change to Wright's status. (Source: NY Post)

Fantasy Impact: Wright is slowly running out of time to play this season. Although, he and Sandy Alderson remain optimistic about him playing this year, it is becoming more and more unlikely. Wright will still need about three weeks of rehab before he can resume playing at the major league level.


David Wright provided a sense of optimism that he will return this season. Wrights claims his back is starting to feel stronger and is going to attempt to field grounders and begin running next week. A further update will be provided this week when Mets officials visit him in Los Angeles this coming weekend. (Source: NY Post)

Fantasy Impact: Best guess is David Wright is still about a month away from playing if the rehab goes all according to plan. An estimated return should be around the beginning of August.


Mets General Manager Sandy Alderson said Monday that third baseman David Wright has a realistic shot of being activated around the All Star break. Wright has been on the DL since April 15 with a hamstring strain and then got diagnosed with spinal stenosis.

Fantasy Impact: Wright should start baseball related activities soon and it will be interesting to see how his back holds up. If you have an open DL spot on your roster and Wright is available go ahead and make the add. As long as he stays healthy he should be able to contribute the second half of the season.


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According to Adam Rubin, David Wright participated in batting practice for the first time since injuring his hamstring. (Source: Twitter )

Fantasy Impact: David Wright is looking to play in a minor league game early next week. His injury is progressing and should return to the Mets lineup as soon as late next week barring any setbacks.


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Mets third baseman David Wright resumed baseball activities today in Port St. Lucie Florida. He did everything but swing a bat. Wright went on the disabled list on April 15 with a hamstring injury and then suffered a back injury while rehabbing. (Source: Michael Baron

Fantasy Impact: We have yet to hear a timetable for Wright, but he is likely still a few weeks away from returning. Owners of Wright should hope for no more setbacks and look to get him back in their lineups by late May or early June.


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The New York Mets will shut down third baseman David Wright due to back issues. Wright will remain sidelined until his back soreness subsides. (Source: Ken Rosenthal on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: The Mets placed Wright on the 15-day DL in the middle of April, but that was due to a hamstring injury. The veteran is said be recovering well from that ailment, but he's now dealing with a new one. Considering Wright's age, and the fact that he's dealing with injuries to his hamstring and back, the news is certainly concerning for fantasy owners.


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David Wright placed on 15-day DL

Wed, Apr 15th 5:46pm EDT
By Nicky Tapas

David Wright has been placed on the 15-day DL with a mild strain of the right hamstring. The Mets have recalled Eric Campbell from Triple-A Las Vegas (Source: Fox Sports MLB)

Fantasy Impact: Campbell will start in place of Wright at third base tonight and, presumably, for the duration of Wright's DL stint. Travis d'Arnaud has been bumped up in the lineup and is batting second this evening against the Phillies. Wright owners should, of course, make alternate plans at third base during the DL stint. Hopefully Wright will return at the end of the month given that the injury has been deemed "mild."


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Mets manager Terry Collins announced after tonight's game that David Wright has been diagnosed with a pulled right hamstring. Collins also referred to the injury as a "major problem". Wright hurt himself and left the game in the bottom of the 8th inning after sliding awkwardly into second base.

Fantasy Impact: This is not the news the Mets or fantasy owners wanted to hear. Pulled hamstrings can last a while depending on the severity. A DL stint is almost certain for Wright.


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New York Mets third baseman and captain David Wright, left tonight's game with an apparent leg injury after sliding into second base. Wright slid awkwardly on a stolen base in the bottom of the 8th inning. (Source: Adam Rubin on twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Obviously this is bad news for the Mets and fantasy owners but hopefully the injury is just minor. We should find out more about Wrights status after the game tonight or by tomorrow.


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Mets third baseman David Wright went 3-for-4 with his first home run and stolen base of the season against Atlanta. Wright's two run shot came in the top of the 4th inning. It was Wrights first home run since last July.

Fantasy Impact: Wright struggled going 3-for-13 in the opening series against the Nationals but had a big Friday night in Atlanta. As long as he remains healthy look for Wright to be a solid fantasy contributor across the board.


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David Wright drives in two runs

Thu, Apr 9th 10:43pm EDT
By Mike Ryan

David Wright went 2-5 with 2 RBI's while also scoring one run. (Source: ESPN)

Fantasy Impact: David Wright had a solid day at the plate and broke the game open in the sixth inning with a two run opposite field single. Wright should be able to continue the momentum into the Atlanta series as the Mets are scheduled to face two left handed starters.


New York Mets third baseman David Wright went 0-for-4 today against the Nationals. Wright did contribute a run on a Lucas Duda single in the sixth inning.

Fantasy Impact: Although he went hitless, Wright is coming off a solid spring and should produce good stats as long as he stays healthy this year.


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New York Mets third baseman David Wright is batting second in the Mets Opening Day lineup in Washington. Wright usually bats third in the order and this is just the 16th time in his career that he's batting second. (Source: New York Mets on twitter)

Fantasy Impact: It seems like manager Terry Collins wanted to split up lefties Curtis Granderson and Lucas Duda. For Wright, batting second means he may see more fastballs to hit and more opportunities to steal bases.


The New York Mets got 10 hits in their 5-0 win over the Texas Rangers on Saturday. David Wright was a major contributor, going 3-for-3 with a walk and an RBI to raise his Grapefruit League average to .283. Wright had struggled much of the spring but could have found his stroke as the regular season gets set to begin.

Fantasy Impact: Wright struggled with a shoulder injury last season, which limited his power. He hit just .269 with eight home runs in 535 at bats. The shoulder hasn't appeared to be an issue this spring. Expect Wright to bounce back and regain some of his power and be a solid option at third base in most fantasy leagues.


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David Wright hit his third spring HR today, a 2 run shot in the Mets 4-3 loss to the Astros in Port St. Lucie. Wright now has 3 HRs and 9 RBIs in his last seven games.

Fantasy Impact: After Wright's second spring HR, there was talk that Wright’s power may have returned. While the talk appeared premature, there may now be some truth to it. He managed only 8 HRs last season due to a lingering ligament injury in his left shoulder. With a current FantasyPros ADP of 98 in mixed leagues (87 ECR), he has a potentially high ceiling relative to his draft position - if, of course, he is past the lingering injury and his power has returned.


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David Wright connected for his second homer of the spring off of CC Sabathia this afternoon against the Yankees. He finished 1 for 3 with the HR and 2 RBI.

Fantasy Impact: Wright currently has a FantasyPros ECR mixed league 3B rank of 11 (92nd overall). With the opposite field HR today, there is talk that Wright’s power may have returned. It is believed to have disappeared in the second half of 2014 due to a ligament injury in his left shoulder. With only 2 HRs this spring, it may be too early to jump to that conclusion. That said, with a current ADP of 98 in mixed leagues, he could outperform this draft position. He has a potentially high ceiling relative to his draft position - but do not overpay/overreach for him in drafts.


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It was David Wright's first HR since July 11, 2014 to be exact. He finished the game against the Nationals 1 for 2 with the HR and 3 RBIs.

Fantasy Impact: Wright is looking for a bounce back season coming off a 2014 where he hit only 8 homers and was shut down early due to left shoulder ligament damage. While the shoulder is apparently better, it is questionable what impact last season's injury will have on Wright's power productivity going forward. Wright currently projects as a middle tier 3B in mixed leagues at the deep 3B position. The potential for higher returns from Wright based on his ADP and average auction value is there if he is, in fact, fully recovered from and not impeded by the injury which plagued him last year.