New York Mets third base man David Wright returns to the majors of the final home country of 2018, saying he expects to be ready to play baseball after making a new start in the team's second last game this season.
Wright will be activated for home start starting 25 September and starting at the third base on September 29 against Miami Marlins.
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He said on Thursday that he does not believe that his body, which has required multiple surgery on the shoulder, back and neck, will allow him to play again afterwards.
The 35-year-old has not played for Mets since May 27, 2016. He started his latest comeback in August on Class A St. Lucie and beat a combined .171 with a double and two RBI in 41 bats in 10 games for St Lucie and two with Triple-A Las Vegas.
He took a batting exercise and participated in a simulated game in New York last week.
Wright has wages of $ 20 million this year, $ 15 million next season and $ 12 million in 2020, the last year in his deal. When Mets restores him from the 60-day function list, they can reduce the amount of insurance money they can collect on their contract.
Associated Press contributed to this report.