• Mets' Wright: No regrets on WBC despite injury

    Summary of 3 articles · Updated Mar 17, 2013
    But Wright did not see any need to report his injury to the Mets until it became an issue in his own mind. Wright added that because he played full games in the WBC, the amount of at-bats he will require once the pain recedes in order to get ready for the season should be minimal. LUCIE, Fla. "It's looking to predict the future I can't do that and I won't do that," Wright said. Wright received a cortisone injection Friday after flying to New York to be examined, and he was instructed to rest and receive treatment for three to five days. According to the third baseman, what began as a muscle tweak during training camp evolved into a more persistent pain, keeping him awake at night and eventually affecting his ability to play.
    Source: ESPN.com
  • Wright Is Unsure of Opening Day Status

    David Wright spoke to reporters on Sunday and said he hopes to be ready for Opening Day, but also said he does not want to rush back and cause a more serious injury.
    Source: nytimes.com
    • Wright returns, status for opener remains uncertain

      David Wright was back in Mets camp on Sunday morning, hopeful but not certain that he'll recover from a left intercostal muscle strain in time to be ready for Opening Day.
      Source: MLB.com

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