David Wright told reporters Wednesday that -- because the team played in to late October, after which doctors told him to take a full month off to rest -- he feels a little behind schedule as he prepares for this season.
That said, he isn't concerned, because he has never seen a correlation between how many at bats he gets in Spring Training and how he performs in the regular season.
Wright said he feels good, despite continuing to work at managing lumbar spinal stenosis, which he was diagnosed with last summer.
Sandy Alderson and Terry Collins have both suggested Wright could get between 30-40 games off this season.
However, Wright said - so far in camp - he, management and the training staff are less concerned about creating a plan and schedule as they are in keeping in constant contact about how he's feeling.
Here is Wright's full talk with reporters in front of his locker at Tradition Field...