"Obviously, I don't want to go on the DL," said Wright, who will see a hand specialist on Wednesday. "No one ever wants to go on the DL. But sometimes it just works out that way. Hopefully that's not the case this time." Prior to his injury, Wright was leading the team in on-base and slugging percentage, holding down the third spot in the lineup. * * * Wright received treatment all day Tuesday and attempted to hit pregame in the batting cage, but could not grip his bat.
This is bad news. Knowing the Mets, he won't see the DL until May, and then he'll be out until 2014.