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d'Arnaud suffers setback, can't avoid injuries

Travis d’Arnaud needs to be wrapped in bubble wrap because he is always getting hurt, or so it seems. While on his recovery from a broken finger and about a week away from returning to the depleted Mets lineup, he is now suffering from a bone bruise in his right wrist. 26 more words


Wright's contract 75% ensured, well done Mets

Sources: #Mets insured Wright contract. Once he misses 60 days, team would recoup 75 percent of contract while he is unable to play.

— Ken Rosenthal (@Ken_Rosenthal) May 27, 2015


Wright out at least 3 more weeks

According to Ed Coleman, while speaking to Mike Francesca on WFAN this afternoon, he has spoken to a source in the know where David Wright is currently receiving treatment, and the best case scenario is the captain returns to the orange and blue in three more weeks, assuming no further setbacks in his recovery and rehab. 151 more words


Travis d'Arnaud possibly to return next week

According to ESPN.com:

Travis d’Arnaud is scheduled to participate in an extended spring training game on Tuesday with the hope that he can return to the lineup as soon as early next week.

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Spinal stenosis led to Wright's shutdown

According to Metsblog.com:

David Wright has been diagnosed with spinal stenosis, which, according to Bergen Record reporter Bob Klapisch, is the same condition that forced Lenny Dykstra to retire at 35 years old (May 23, 12:41 p.m.).

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David Wright suffers another setback in his recovery

David Wright, who was finally receiving some good news in regards to his return to the Mets lineup, suffered another setback, announced by the Mets today. 56 more words


DeMarre Carroll Is Reportedly Only Day-To-Day With A Bone Bruise

Most people watching feared the worst when DeMarre Carroll went down with a knee injury late in the Atlanta Hawks’ Game 1 loss to the Cleveland Cavaliers. 178 more words