• Wright, Burton among today's inactives

    Summary of 2 articles · Updated Sep 30, 2012
    Wright wants his next contract to take him until the end of his career. He turns 30 on Dec. 20. The Mets have a $16 million option on Wright for next season, but his future even for 2013 remains unclear. Of course, if it becomes clear this offseason an extension cannot be reached, the Mets could trade Wright before Opening Day. Wright has resolved to test free agency during the 2013-14 offseason if no extension can be consummated this winter. New York Mets third baseman David Wright watched at Turner Field on Friday as the Atlanta Braves honored their lifelong third baseman, Chipper Jones. while growing up in Norfolk, Va., in part because of the Hall of Famer's lifelong employment with one organization, Wright does not have an iron-clad resolution to remain a Met. He does not want in-season dialogue.
  • Wright has 'no idea' if Mets career will continue

    In an exclusive interview with ESPNNewYork.com, David Wright indicated he is unsure who will be his employer in 2014, much less at the end of his career.
    Source: ESPN.com

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