David Wright spoke about his negotiations with the Mets again, being much more guarded this time.
As Ken Davidoff of the New York Post tweets, Wright said the following.
Wright wrote: "I wish I could elaborate but it was important to me from the very beginning that these negotiations remain..." (cont)— Ken Davidoff (@KenDavidoff) November 28, 2012
"...confidential and private. I plan on sticking to that. Sorry I can't comment any further." #Mets— Ken Davidoff (@KenDavidoff) November 28, 2012
To sum the whole saga up, here is what has happened.
- Wright was reportedly low-balled with a 6-year $100 million dollar offer
- The Mets and Wright worked up to around an 8-year $140 million extension
- Wright said all of this was not true
- Wright said he won't talk about it anymore