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David Wright Hurts Neck; Larry David Explains How He Hurt It
- Updated: April 29, 2013
David Wright will not play tonight against the Miami Marlins for what Mets Manager Terry Collins says is a stiff neck.
Now this is not considered to be serious and he should be back in the lineup before the Mets leave Miami.
But, of course when it comes to injuries and the Mets, you really never know.
Of course, one of the things I was wondering was just how did Wright, who reported the injury during the game on Sunday, hurt his neck.
Well @_mistermet from the Mets blog Amazin Avenue with the help of Larry David explains how one could hurt his neck.
Stiff neck? Hmm, according to Larry David there are only 2 ways to injure your neck: youtube.com/watch?v=dKiYmk…
— Steve Smistermet (@_mistermet) April 29, 2013