I'm not so convinced that this New York Post article has any meaning other than that silly season has started; the "young, defensive-oriented center fielder they crave" would surely be Peter Bourjos. Honestly, I don't see the value that David Wright brings to the table, as it looks like his .254/.345/.427 line in 2011 is an early career collapse. As BPro pointed out in the wake of Fred Wilpon's semi-tirade against his players, Wright, while a very impressive player in some ways, is no longer a superstar. To give up young talent on the off chance that Wright might recover sounds like trial balloon aimed at a tyro general manager — i.e., Jerry Dipoto. Just say no, Jerry.
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