Latest Update on Wright...
Feb 9 | 6:02AM
For the second time in three days at Tradition Field, David Wright did some light running and fielding drills at third base, after which he said he felt, "fantastic," according to NY Post reporter Kevin Kernan.
"Wright (again) did not take part in any throwing drills and, like Monday, did not throw any balls to first base after fielding it," Kernan explained.
Previous Reports and Information on Wright
Wright, who turned 34 years old in December, began baseball activity last month in Virginia.
He had season-ending neck surgery last June after playing just 37 games, prior to which he was managing chronic lumbar spinal stenosis, which limited him to just 38 games in 2015.
In November, Mets GM Sandy Alderson told WOR 710 AM that - while he's hopeful that Wright will return - the Mets need to be realistic about what to expect from him in 2017.
Similarly, Terry Collins told WLIE 540 AM in December that he intends to get Wright multiple days off each week, with Jose Reyes and Wilmer Flores playing third during Wright's absence.