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Mets Send David Wright Back To New York To Have Left Rib Cage Examined

Mets Send David Wright Back To New York To Have Left Rib Cage Examined

Mets Send David Wright Back To New York To Have Left Rib Cage Examined

"The Mets sent David Wright to New York Sunday to have his left rib cage examined, and likely have an "ultrasound-guided cortisone shot," GM Sandy Alderson said.

Wright is one of several Mets, including outfielders Scott Hairston and Kirk Nieuwenhuis, who have had rib cage/oblique issues this spring, leading the Mets to adjust some of their training routines.

"You better believe it's troubling," Collins said. "And we have no answers. They're in a lot of camps. (Miami manager) Ozzie (Guillen) tells me they've got it in their camp... This didn't happen 20 years ago.""

 

By Truth and rumors
Monday, 12 Mar 2012

 

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  • EvelynSeth said: Getting him back is just great. They are really sure that he will be an asset to the team. - Mission Maids 7:26PM 04/20/14
  • Phil Naessens said: Keith Hernandez says its because the players do too many sit ups..... 10:09AM 03/12/12
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