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Is David Wright a Hall of Famer?

New York Mets cornerstone David Wright was reactivated from the 60-day disabled list so the team could send him into retirement in style. Wright is scheduled to make his final homestand start on September 29 and some fans feel his career is Hall of Fame-worthy. He definitely made an impact early in this career, batting nearly .300 and smacking 1,702 hits and appearing at seven All-Star games. Still, his injury-riddled twilight years stopped him in his tracks. What do you think? ⚾

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In 15 seasons, Wright amassed 1,777 hits, recorded a .296 batting average and made seven All-Star teams. He has not played the last two seasons because of injuries and surgeries, but some feel he is still destined for the Hall of Fame. Do you agree?

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At his peak, David Wright was one of the best players in all of baseball. His two Silver Sluggers and two Gold Gloves proved he was an overall threat on offense and defense, and if injuries didn't hamper his career, he would be a surefire Hall of Famer. 

Even now, Wright has plenty on his resume to prove he is worthy of the Hall. He belongs there.

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At his peak, David Wright was on pace to be a Hall of Famer. However, a string of injuries derailed his career and made him a good, but not great, player. Longevity counts and Wright just doesn't have enough history-making moments to be in the Hall of Fame.

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