David Wright Passes Concussion Test
NEW YORK — New York Mets third baseman David Wright was beaned by an 86 mph changeup from Milwaukee Brewers right-hander Johnny Hellweg in the third inning Thursday night’s 4-2 loss and departed the game.
Wright subsequently passed a concussion test.
“I feel pretty good. I passed all the concussion tests,” Wright said. “I went through that protocol. It seems like it’s good. … I got to a knee and just wanted to collect my thoughts and make sure I was all right before I got up. By that time the decision was already made to take me out.”
Source: Adam Rubin, ESPNNewYork.com
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