Found August 03, 2013 on Pro Sports Daily:
Even as the Mets dugout emptied to mob Eric Young Jr. at home plate it didn’t really matter; nothing was going to shake the image of a limping David Wright. Young’s two-run blast in the 11th inning helped the Mets vanquish the red-hot Royals 4-2 on Friday night at Citi Field but the thrilling victory was overshadowed by a right hamstring strain suffered by their captain. “The game just got over and right now it’s bittersweet at the moment” Terry Collins said. Wright – who had put the Mets ahead with a two run homer in the first — led off the 10th inning with an infield single. As he crossed the bag the hustling Wright came up gingerly appearing to favor the hammy. After several moments doubled over in pain Wright exited through the Mets dugout and into the clubhouse. While Wright had been given a scheduled day off last Sunday the rest could have been influenced more by what Collins has called a “tight” hamstring. Wright also came up gingerly during a pickoff attempt in Miami Thur...
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