David Wright (shoulder) is set to begin full baseball activities this week.
David Wright (shoulder) resumed a throwing program last Friday.
Mets placed 3B David Wright on the 10-day disabled list with a cervical disc herniation.
David Wright (shoulder) hasn't thrown a ball in over a month and may not try again for another two weeks.
Mets manager Terry Collins admitted David Wright (shoulder) is unlikely to appear in any more Grapefruit League games.
David Wright (shoulder) has resumed taking ground balls.
David Wright (shoulder) has been cleared to DH but doesn't plan on doing so until he's further along in his rehab.
David Wright said a second opinion confirmed he's dealing with a right shoulder impingement.
According to Joel Sherman of the New York Post, David Wright is going for a second opinion on his right shoulder.
Mets manager Terry Collins said Tuesday that David Wright (shoulder) has indicated that he's willing to try first base.
David Wright won't throw for "a couple weeks" after being diagnosed with a right shoulder impingement.
David Wright started at designated hitter and went 0-for-2 against the Nationals on Saturday.
David Wright is in the Mets starting lineup as the designated hitter in Saturday's Grapefruit League contest against the Nationals.
Mets manager Terry Collins estimated Tuesday that David Wright won't be ready to play the field until around mid-March.