NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — If the Mets hope to return to the postseason in 2015, they’ll need a bounce-back year from David Wright.
New York’s captain, who is coming off a disappointing season, has been preparing for the upcoming campaign at the Barwis Methods training facility in Port St. Lucie, Fla.
After being hindered by a left shoulder injury, the seven-time All-Star insists he’s in great shape and is swinging pain-free.
“I feel really good,” Wright told the New York Post. “I’m 100 percent confident that I will be physically ready to go.”
The superstar third baseman was rather pedestrian at the plate last season, hitting .269 with eight homers and 63 RBIs in 134 games.
Echoing others within the organization, Wright believes that his Mets are a playoff team.
“I fully expect us to be in the playoffs,” Wright told the newspaper. “It’s not coming out here and boasting, but I think where we stand right…
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