Found March 14, 2012 on MostlyMets:
PLAYERS: David Wright
TEAMS: New York Mets
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There are many injury worries in Mets camp this year (which seems to be par for the course for recent Mets camps) but the one that seems to be talked about the most lately is the one suffered by David Wright. Wright was in New York so team doctors could get a better look and [...]
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