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11/13:The New York Mets, with the help of Major League Baseball, are working with their insurance company to try to reach a settlement on the $27 million they still owe third baseman David Wright, according to an industry source. The Mets would like to get it done by Nov. 20, which is the deadline to finalize rosters in advance of the Rule 5 draft on Dec. 13. The only reason to keep Wright on the roster would be to collect the insurance payments on him. The team would have to pay Wright fully for the first 59 games of next season because he played in the second to last game of the 2018 season as a farewell. The bottom line is that Wright will not play in the big leagues again and is likely to hang up the cleats once he gets paid.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBaller
Source: New York Post - Ken Davidoff

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