After recording a 1-for-4 night on Tuesday, Mets 3B David Wright went 0-for-3 in his latest rehab game with Single-A St. Lucie on Wednesday night.
Though he may have gone hitless, Wright collected a two-hit game on Sunday to go along with his hit on Tuesday.
Although the Mets' captain continues to work his way towards a potential return, Mets assistant GM John Ricco said Monday that it "remains to be seen" whether Wright will have enough time to get ready.
Jay Bruce, on the other hand, belted his first homer of his rehab assignment in St. Lucie. He also collected a single, a walk and two RBI while playing nine innings at first base. He is expected to return to the Mets over the weekend.
The 31-year-old has been out since June with a strained right hip during what has been an injury-plagued season for the veteran. Bruce originally landed on the 10-day DL in June due to a butt/back issue and plantar fascitis in his left foot.
Bruce has a .212/.292/.321 slash line with three homers and 17 RBi in 62 games this season, which has been his worst since 2008.