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Doctors on Tuesday diagnosed David Wright with an impingement, which the Mets believe stems from muscle weakness following his neck surgery last June. Wright will refrain from throwing a baseball for “a couple of weeks,” according to Mets general manager Sandy Alderson, and the third baseman will not attempt to throw with significant velocity for at least a month.

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