Wright Injury Update

New York was without star third baseman David Wright, who broke fractured a joint in his right pinkie while diving back into first base in Monday night's game. Team officials say he'll be re-evaluated on Wednesday and it's is

Talk about a bad break. On Tuesday, the Mets said X-rays had shown a fracture to Wright's right pinkie finger.

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.

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.

The big news for Mets fans wasn't their first loss of the season but David Wright being diagnosed with a broken finger. It is a non-operative injury and there are hopes Wright can tolerate the pain and avoid the DL. In the New York AP article,