|David Wright Stretching|
"He is going to begin the process of getting himself in baseball condition," said Terry Collins, who spoke with Wright by telephone. "All he has been doing is riding a bike. So he's going to start running. He's going to start doing twisting exercises. They didn't want him to hit, which I thought was a good idea. They didn't want him to start swinging until he's done a bunch of twisting, and got his body in better shape. ... We've got to get him a little more flexible, some twisting stuff. He'll do that for a few days and then he'll start hitting midweek. He'll probably do that five or six days before he's ready to play [in a rehab game]."
Asked if the Mets' second-half opener on July 15 against the Phillies at Citi Field is a realistic return date for Wright, Collins called it "feasible."
Collins said he plans to go to Florida during the All-Star break to watch Wright.