Mets captain David Wright is continuing his comeback attempt with a simulated game on Saturday, and he blasted a home run.
Check it out.
David Wright hits a HOME RUN during his sim game pic.twitter.com/lNsQkb0G5S- SportsNet New York (@SNYtv) September 8, 2018
Wright joined the team on the road following his rehab assignment, which was split between Single-A St. Lucie and Triple-A Las Vegas. Wright hit .171/.209/.195 in 41 at-bats during the rehab stint. His rehab stint was halted so he could continue rehabbing.
The 35-year-old seven-time All-Star has not played in a major league game since May of 2016.