Now that we’ve had a few days to reflect on the injury to David Wright that could have him missing as long as five weeks according to Terry Collins, I’d love to know what some of you think about the way things went down.
Going all the way back to the series in Washington on July 27, we first learned there was problem and that David Wright was feeling some tightness in his leg. Nothing major was made of it and it was passed off as just a case of dehydration. “Drink more fluids”, was the prescribed remedy from the crack medical team.
A few days after that in Miami, July 31 to be exact, Wright looked uncomfortable and clutched his right hamstring multiple times while on the basepaths in the eighth inning Wednesday night. Trainer Ray Ramirez visited Wright at second base after a stolen base. Collins then visited Wright during a Marlins pitching change after Wright advanced to third base.
Again, no biggie, and in fact Terry Collins went so far as to say the next day before the game, “Dav...