Wright is indeed the franchise, inheriting that title from Tom Seaver, the last player to be considered that important.
We are all young again from the moment we hear “pitchers and catchers” until that first pitch on Opening Day.
David Wright is now “The Franchise.” He follows in the rather large footsteps of Met legend Tom Seaver.
There is more hot air pumped into this basically meaningless game than the Goodyear Blimp.
Hang on, New York; it's going to be a bumpier ride than sitting in a roller coaster car on the Cyclone at Coney Island.
David Wright is not just a leader on this team; he is the leader of this team.
For now Mets fans are allowed to dream a little.
Let's face the ugly facts: the Mets are going nowhere in 2012.
In another universe we would be crying out there on the West Coast; This team seems different and they keep finding ways to win.
To put it in the words of my neighbor's ten-year old son: "It just ain't fun anymore."