David Wright

One of the premier third basemen in Major League Baseball, David Wright has won multiple Gold Glove and Silver Slugger Awards, and is a member of the illustrious 30-30 club, having 30 home runs and recording 30 stolen bases in 2007. The face of the New York Mets franchise spends countless hours lifting weights and conditioning his body during the off-season. STACK has you covered with the foremost information on how Wright improves his base running, arm strength, hitting power and fielding ability.

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Path to the Pros: Focused Goals and Hard Work Keyed David Wright's Success

Major League Baseball was not in the plan for Mets 3B and five-time All-Star David Wright. From an early age, he had his heart set on playing baseball...

By: Joe Baur

Three Steps For Better Practice Performance

For the storied San Francisco 49er teams of the mid-1980s and early '90s, games weren't just won on Sundays, but during the week's worth of practice s...

By: Zac Clark

David Wright's Bounce Back From Injury: Part II

In Part I of our two-part series on how to recover from an injury, Jeff Cavaliere, founder of the AthLEAN-X training system and trainer for New Y...

By: Brandon Guarneri

David Wright's Bounce Back From Injury: Part I

It's easy for young athletes to get discouraged when they're forced to sit and watch from the bench after an injury. The risks of coming back too so...

By: Brandon Guarneri

Develop Soft Hands for Fielding With David Wright and the New York Mets

Nothing irritates a team more than defensive lapses. Especially when a fielding error caused by brick-like hands makes the difference between a win an...

By: Joe Baur