New York Mets: Why the Mets Must Re-Sign David Wright

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New York Mets: Why the Mets Must Re-Sign David Wright
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Next season, the New York Mets will have a decision to make: whether to sign David Wright, trade him, or let him walk.

Wright's contract includes a team option for 2013, so all signs are pointing to at least one more season in Flushing for the All-Star third baseman. His future beyond next season though, is far from certain.

If the Mets let their home-grown franchise cornerstone slip through their grasp, they'll undoubtedly be under scrutiny by not only the media and fans, but their players alike. 

Losing David Wright is something the Mets cannot afford to do, regardless of his price-tag. Let's go over the key reasons why the Wilpon family must finally shell out some cash to retain their most prized possession.

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