Link: Wright returns to Mets, kind of

David Wright is back in Port St. Lucie at the New York Mets spring training facility. Wright now serves as a team ambassador, hanging out with current and future Mets players and members of the brass.

“For what I’m looking for at this stage, it’s perfect for me. Brodie [Van Wagenen] and his staff have been outstanding in kind of allowing me to kind of come and go as my schedule dictates, which I’m appreciative of. But coming down here gets the juices flowing again. It’s like I’m away for enough time to really start missing it … Then I get a taste of it, and then I get to go be a dad. And then once I really start missing it, I get a chance to kind of come back and whet the appetite.”
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