Mets' David Wright: Receives PRP injection
Wright received a PRP injection Saturday and will rest a few days before he begins throwing, Matt Ehalt of The Record reports.
Manager Terry Collins explained how the PRP injection was always a planned part of Wright's rehab, expected to happen right before he began his throwing program. He is still recovering from last June's neck surgery and hopes this will help him overcome the last hurdle in his return to playing. Even if he begins throwing shortly, it will be a slow and unsure return for the veteran.
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