Mets’ Wright likely will be side­lined an­other week

The Washington Times Daily - - Sports -

VIERA, FLA. | New York Mets third base­man David Wright is ex­pected to miss at least an­other week be­cause of sore­ness in his left rib cage.

Mets man­ager Terry Collins said Satur­day that Wright wasn’t ready to play yet. Wright has not played in a spring train­ing game this year. The All-star third base­man has taken ground­balls, but has not thrown or swung a bat.

St. Louis Car­di­nals ace Chris Car­pen­ter will miss his next sched­uled spring train­ing start be­cause of stiff­ness in his neck. Car­pen­ter, who will turn 37 next month, left Fri­day’s prac­tice ses­sion with a sore neck.

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Lynetta Kizer came off the bench to score 11 points in Mary­land’s ACC ti­tle-clinch­ing vic­tory over Ge­or­gia Tech on March 4. She has av­er­aged 11.4 points this sea­son.

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