However, Wright and Freeman both told reporters it was simply friendly banter between rivals.
Freeman, who entered the game as a pinch hitter, hit a game-tying, two-run double in the half inning before Wright's single. He later delivered a tie-breaking, three-run home tun in the ninth against Jeurys Familia.
"I am angry at him," Wright said. "He hit a two-run double and then a three-run homer. I am angry at him, but more in a playful way. Freddie and I, we go back and forth every now and then, it's nothing more than just competitive banter. ... Freddie is a thorn in our side."
In addition to his 69 RBI, Freeman has also hit 16 HR and is batting .296 in 88 games against the Mets.
“We heard before the game that his wrist was really bothering him and they didn’t think he was going to play. So, I’m going to fire that scout, I can tell you that,” manager Terry Collins jokingly told reporters after the game.