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Many believed that David Wright’s season was over when he was diagnosed with spinal stenosis back in April, heck some even predicted he would not suit up for the Mets again, ever. Well, last night David Wright got the last laugh as he homered in his first at-bat back with the Mets, according to MLB Gameday, the ball went off the bat at 108 mph and traveled an estimated 428 feet..

His presence in the lineup gave the Metropolitans an obvious boost, after trailing 7-2 after three innings to the lowly Phillies, the Mets hit a franchise-high eight home runs as they came back to beat Philadelphia 16-7.

Dan Schalk is the Head Writer for MFST, you can follow him on Twitter @FFSportsTalk

 

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