Latest Update Wright (shoulder) is not in the Mets starting lineup on Wednesday. Wed Sep, 10, 03:17 PM
An elite offensive third baseman, he's a doubles machine who consistently bats for a high average and a good baserunner who piles up steals & rarely gets caught. Also takes walks and is a clutch RBI guy.
Flaws: : Makes a few too many errors at the hot corner. Sometimes presses too much at the plate, leading to high strikeout totals and big hitting slumps. At times, his motivation gets questioned because of his laidback ways.
Wright had an MRI on his shoulder Tuesday and the Mets said that he would likely be shut down the rest of the way. Daniel Murphy, who recently returned to action, will play third base Wednesday.Analyst: Howard Bender
This really isn't a shocker as Wright seems to always be battling some type of nagging injury. He will finish the season with a .269 average with eight home runs and eight steals.Analyst: David Kerr
The season of disappointment continues as there doesn't appear to be a final month rebound as many were hoping. He'll get checked out and still could return to the regular lineup, but his level of play just isn't even close to where it was or where you need it to be. Eric Campbell will continue to fill in at third.Analyst: Howard Bender
The doubles were Wright's first XBH's August 8th. It's been a lost season for the Mets slugger, who's currently sporting a career worst .268/.325/.369 with just eight home runs and seven steals. He's just a year removed from nearly going 20/20 with a .307/.390/.514 triple slash. He's a good rebound candidate in 2015, but expectations should be tempered and his fantasy ceiling lowered. Analyst: Spencer Silva