From Buster Olney:
Some rival evaluators believe that if the third baseman hits the market next fall after having a 2013 season similar to what he in 2012, at age 30, he might be hard-pressed to get a massive nine-figure contract from another team because he's not an elite power hitter. Last season, he hit 9 homers in 339 plate appearances on the road.
And if Wright -- an incredibly competitive person, and a natural leader -- decides he wants to play elsewhere, you really couldn't blame him. The Mets have been a disaster in recent years, and it's unclear when they'll have a chance to be an elite team again -- if ever, during his playing days.