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David Wright has been scratched from tonights game due to a jammed pinky.
The injury occured last night when Wright was sliding into first last night according to SNY.
David has not had x-rays yet, but intends to have them prior to tonights game.
The team is unsure if its a break or just a bruise.
Ronny Cedeno will replace him at third.
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An X-ray revealed David Wright suffered a fracture at the middle joint of his right pinkie, the team announced during Tuesday’s game. Wright will not require surgery, but will wear a splint, the team said.
Wright injured his pinky diving back into first base on a pick-off play during last night’s game.
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David Wright has been scratched from tonights game...
According to Adam Rubin of ESPN New York, David Wright has been scratched from tonight's lineup due to jammed right pinkie and may miss tomorrow afternoon's game as well. Here is the new starting lineup for tonight's game with the Nationals. 1. Ruben Tejada SS2. Ronny Cedeno 3B3. Daniel Murphy 2B4. Jason Bay LF5. Lucas Duda RF6. Just Turner 1B7. Scott Hairston...
It seems like every time I go to a Met game with Squawker Lisa, the Mets lose. Tonight we were at Citi Field to see the undefeated Mets. The first batter, Ian Desmond, homered. The jinx was on.One look at the Mets' lineup and I knew it would be a long evening. No David Wright. No Ike Davis. Ronny Cedeno batting second. Jason Bay hitting cleanup. At least David Wright should...
UPDATE: Mets just reported that David Wright has been scratched from tonight’s game due to a bruised right pinky. Ronny Cedeno will play third base and bat second.
Ruben Tejada, ss
Ronny Cedeno, 3b
Daniel Murphy, 2b
Jason Bay, lf
Lucas Duda, rf
Justin Turner, 1b
Scott Hairston, cf
Mike Nickeas, c
Dillon Gee, rhp
The Mets look to continue their fast start to...
Last night, x-rays revealed that David Wright has suffered a small fracture in the middle joint of his fifth finger, which could possibly land him on the disabled list.
The Mets will know for certain after Wright is re-evaluated today at the Hospital for Special Surgery who will have his finger fitted with a custom-built splint by a hand specialist.
“It’s always frustrating...