Mets' David Wright: Unlikely to be activated soon
Wright (shoulder) is unlikely to be activated from the 60-day disabled list in the near future, Tim Britton of The Athletic New York reports.
The fact that Wright has hit just 6-for-32 at High-A St. Lucie before moving his rehab assignment up to Triple-A Las Vegas this week suggests that he's not yet ready to return from his 27-month absence and face major-league pitching. His 20-day rehab window ends Friday, however, so the Mets will be forced to make a decision. Even if Wright does make it back to the big leagues before the end of the season, his odds of being a significant fantasy contributor or even playing on a regular basis are slim.
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