Wright debuted in 2004, and he had his first of what would be seven All-Star Games in 2006. Wright showed power with six 20 Home Run years, and speed with three 20 SB years, and a great batting eye with seven years over .300. He had the offensive stats and was an above-average defensive player who had two Gold Gloves.Wright retired with 1,777 Hits, a .296 Batting Average, and 242 Home Runs. He could be a fringe candidate to advance to a second ballot, but regardless, he is among the leaders in every Mets offensive category.
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