Found December 25, 2011 on MetsOnline:
PLAYERS: David Wright
TEAMS: New York Mets
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#bbpBox_150558768042741760 a { text-decoration:none; color:#009999; }#bbpBox_150558768042741760 a:hover { text-decoration:underline; }Folks can stop speculating about the mets trading david wright to the phillies. Aint happenin'December 24, 2011 7:49 AM via Mobile WebReplyRetweetFavorite@JonHeymanCBSJon Heyman

These David Wright rumors are just starting to get annoying. For those of you that truly believe that the Mets should trade Wright right now, it’s not smart to trade a star player after he has an awful season!

Hypothetically, if the Mets were to trade Wright at the Trading Deadline after he has had a great first half of the season, that would not be stupid.

But, I’m all for keeping Wright. We CAN’T lose Wright and Reyes within half a year of each other can we?

So until a Mets source says something on the record, don’t believe any Wright rumor that you hear until the season begins.

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