Mets captain David Wright says he's still hopeful to return to the major leagues even after surgery Tuesday to fix the rotator cuff in his right shoulder, the latest setback in the 34-year-old's lengthy comeback attempt
The bad weather stopped David Wright’s return to the lineup Friday. After suffering a bruised left rotator cuff on June 27, the Mets’ third baseman had hoped to return in the series opener against the Rangers.
David Wright admirably - and unsurprisingly -- is not giving up, despite his latest daunting medical setback.
David Wright will have surgery on his right rotator cuff Tuesday, ending any hope of the star third baseman playing this season for the New York Mets, who made the announcement Monday. Wright, 34, last played in the majors in May 20...