Mets news: Wright and d’Arnaud take steps forward

By Danny Abriano
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Mar 22, 2015; Port St. Lucie, FL, USA; New York Mets third baseman David Wright (5) rounds the bases after hitting a 2 run home run against the New York Yankees at Tradition Field. Mandatory Credit: Scott Rovak-USA TODAY Sports

David Wright and Travis d’Arnaud made progress on Monday as they continue to work their way back from the disabled list…

Wright resumed baseball activity

After being sidelined for 10 days due to lower-back discomfort, David Wright resumed baseball activity on Monday, Sandy Alderson said.

While Wright got back on the field and engaged in activity, he did not swing the bat.

According to Alderson, Wright’s right hamstring strain — which landed him on the disabled list on April 15 — is a non-issue. At this point, Wright is working to get past the back issue that popped up last Friday.

Prior to the back issue occurring, Wright had reached the point where he was ready to enter rehab games. If Wright is able to continue rehabbing without incident over the next few days, rehab games should be on the agenda soon.

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