Comments Off on The Wright Time for a Trade? Why Dealing Wright Could Be the Mets’ Best Move
In 2007, David Wright had one of the best seasons in Mets history, hitting .325 with 30 HRs, 107 RBI, and 34 steals. That season, Wright only had 115 strikeouts in 160 games (an average of 0.72 a game). Fast-forward two-and-a-half years later to the 2010 season. In 40 games, Wright has accumulated 55 strikeouts (1.38 a game), and has batted only .262. It seems apparent that David Wright is not the player he used to be. In 2004, the future of the Mets was revealed when David Wright and Jose Reyes were called up to the big leagues. Both players had tremendous upside, and fans were looking forward to numerous World Series titles. Six years later, both players have matured, but there have been no World Series titles. The closest the team came in the Wright-Reyes era was in 2006, when the ...

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