Surprised not to see any discussion today, officially David Wright Day in New York City. The sixth largest crowd in Citi Field history showed up. When the game started Wright ran out and the rest of the team stayed behind, clapping for him (as did the Marlins) before he called them out. His two-year-old daughter threw him the first pitch very adorably, and he took his place next to Jose Reyes for the 860th time. He came up with one out and Reyes on third in the top of the first and walked on a 3-2 count. He got a ground ball in the top of the second and threw out the runner. He then led off the bottom of the 4th and hit a foul pop up to first base on a 1-0 pitch. He came out for the top of the 5th and threw the ball around, and then Callaway came out to pull him. He saluted the fans to a standing ovation, with both teams clapping for him, hugged everyone on the Mets bench, and took a final curtain call, having played more games at third base than any player in New York baseball history. Through every interview before the game, during the game (he visited both the TV and radio booths), and after the game, his incredible class, dedication, and appreciation for being able to play for the Mets came through loud and clear. If any professional athlete in any sport ever wants to know how to play the game, all they ever have to do is look at his career, and how he ended it. Oh, the Mets won on a walk-off double by Austin Jackson in the bottom of the 13th, 1-0.