Mets' Wright to get more tests on broken finger
By Anthony Mccarron / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS With a .667 average, one home run and three RBI in the Mets' first three games, David Wright takes home the coveted Big Apple Player of the Week award for the first weekend of the season.
Talk about a bad break. On Tuesday, the Mets said X-rays had shown a fracture to Wright's right pinkie finger.
NEW YORK (AP) – The New York Mets want David Wright to take time off and allow his broken finger to heal rather than play through the pain. By Kathy Willens, AP New York Mets' Daniel Murphy injured his finger on Monday and sat out Tuesday's game
According to Adam Rubin of ESPN New York, David Wright has been scratched from tonight's lineup due to jammed right pinkie and may miss tomorrow afternoon's game as well. Here is the new starting lineup for tonight's
From Mets PR: METS STATEMENT REGARDING David Wright. “Last night, David Wright jammed the fifth finger of his right hand. An X-ray revealed a small fracture at the middle joint of the finger. This is a non-operative injury.