Wright's career numbers have not only been good for Mets players, but for all third baseman throughout baseball history.
Wright already has a lifetime .301 average, 204 home runs, 818 RBI, a .381 OBP and a .506 slugging percentage.
In order to see how well Wright compares to the greatest third basemen of all time, here are the numbers that some of the best third baseman ever put up in their first nine seasons.
Mike Schmidt had a .259 average, 283 home runs, 787 RBI, a .375 OBP and a .575 slugging percentage in his first nine seasons.
George Brett had a .318 average, 104 home runs, 622 RBI, a .367 OBP and a .496 slugging percentage in his first nine.
Chipper Jones had a .309 average, 280 home runs, 943 RBI, a .404 OBP and a .541 slugging percentage in his first nine.
Brooks Robinson had a .284 average, 110 home runs, 570 RBI, a .341 OBP and a .422 slugging percentage.
Eddie Mathews had a .281 average, 338 home runs, 901 RBI, a .385 OBP and a .549 slugging percentage.
Those are five of the greatest third basemen of all time. While looking at the different statistics from each of these players, it's clear that Wright's numbers are more or less on par with that of these Hall of Fame legends.
With this being said, if Wright keeps playing at his current pace and has another seven or eight similarly solid seasons in the future, he could definitely find himself being inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame one day.