Wednesday, May 16, 2012

David wright

  • Maybe its a negotiating ploy. A year after Fred Wilpon said David Wright was not a superstar, the Mets principal owner hedged some when asked Wednesday about his third baseman, who currently leads the majors with a .408 batting average.
  • (Newsday)
  • David Wright was more than willing to take the chance of becoming a fat target at the plate in the seventh inning of Tuesday nights 8-0 loss to the Milwaukee Brewers. Terry Collins, however, was not willing to put his best player in that position.
  • (YAHOO!)
  • David Wright is annoyed with the wrong person.
  • (YAHOO!)
  • Its rare that a public argument could possibly increase respect for both parties involved, but thats exactly what could happen following the tension between Mets manager Terry Collins and third baseman David Wright.
  • (TeamReport - Chicago Tribune)
  • As Cole Hamels demonstrated a couple of weeks ago, pitchers dont need much of a reason to justify throwing at an opposing batter. So its understandable why New York Mets manager Terry Collins might have been a bit nervous after D.J.
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  • As the team prepared for what became a 6-3 loss to Cincinnati, intrigue lingered from the previous nights defeat against Milwaukee, and David Wrights anger after being pulled from the game by Terry Collins.
  • (New York Daily News)
  • Terry Collins reiterated Wednesday that his relationship with David Wright is sound and that the third baseman was upset at the situation, not at the manager. Collins pulled Wright from an 8-0 game for a pinch-hitter a half-inning after D.
  • (ESPN)
  • NEW YORK -- Mets owner Fred Wilpon rarely speaks publicly, which is one of the reasons his criticism of third baseman David Wright last year seemed so jarring.
  • (Major League Baseball)
  • David Wright's gesture was appreciated, even if the practicality of the situation begged for restraint.
  • (New York Post)
  • Thats not just talk. I really enjoy it. Still, Wright felt the need to reach out to his manager after the game via text message. Collins said it was unnecessary, but appreciated. Its just David, Collins said.
  • (Newsday)

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