David Wright was inducted into the Arizona Fall League Hall of Fame on Wednesday night at Scottsdale Stadium.
Wright participated in the AFL in 2003 and hit .341/.426/.489 with two home runs, seven doubles, 15 RBIs and four stolen bases in 26 games for the Peoria Javelinas.
The 34-year-old Wright was honored last year as one of the AFL's top 25 all-time players.
Congratulations to David Wright on his induction into the Arizona Fall League Hall of Fame! David was a member of the 2003 Peoria Saguaros. pic.twitter.com/bHEKQ3K9dP- Arizona Fall League (@MLBazFallLeague) November 16, 2017
Wright did not play at all last season and has appeared in just 75 games since the start of 2015 due to spinal stenosis, and surgeries to his back and shoulder.
The seven-time National League All-Star is a career .296/.376/.491 hitter with 242 home runs and and a franchise-record 970 RBIs. He has three years remaining on an eight-year, $138 million contract he and the club agreed to following the 2012 season.