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David Wright Out With An Abdominal Tear

New York Mets, third baseman David Wright hopes to get back on the field this week, but a left rectus abdominis tear will keep him sidelined, according to a tweet from ESPN’s Adam Rubin.

[tweet https://twitter.com/AdamRubinESPN/status/179911630442864640 align='center']

Wright received anti-inflammatory injections for his slight tear or strain this week, which trainers believe will help accelerate his recovery.

“Basically what the doctors have told us is he had essentially plateaued — there was a little bit of soreness, not a great deal — but that this will accelerate the recovery process,” GM Sandy Alderson told the New York Daily News.

The two-time Golden Glove and Silver Slugger award winner hit .254 with 14 home runs and 61 RBI. Right is a .300 hitter over the course of his career and has tallied 183 home runs and 725 RBI.

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