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10 Reasons David Wright Will Finish His MLB Career as a Hall of Famer
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New York Mets' star third baseman David Wright has recently signed an eight-year, $138 million extension to stay in New York through 2020. Wright has already had a very accomplished career for a nine-year veteran and should continue to perform at an elite level.

At the rate he has been playing, Wright has been arguably one of the more respectable third baseman of not just his era, but of all time as well. He is not one of the very greatest third baseman ever just yet, but with hopefully another eight, nine or 10 more successful seasons, Wright could possibly get into the National Baseball Hall of Fame down the road.

Here are 10 reasons why Wright will become a Hall of Famer after he retires.

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