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Terry Collins: I may sit David Wright for the remainder of the season! In a stunning development, Terry Collins stated he feels so strongly about his decision to remove David Wright from last nights game, he is considering benching Wright for the season. Terry shared his thoughts with Mets Blob: "Look, we can't afford to let David Wright get hurt. He is the face of the franchise. I just feel
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