By Evan Brunell
The Mets, who must feel snakebit these days now that Ike Davis could miss the entire season with microfracture surgery, received some good news on Thursday when David Wright was cleared to resume full physical activity, the New York Times reports.
Wright has been out since mid-May with a stress fracture in his back, but general manager Sandy Alderson said Wright will begin a program in Florida to focus on his core, then begin baseball activities. Alderson said that Wright could be back in the majors in less than a month, so his return is not too far off.
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