Marty Noble at Mets.com writes about David Wright and how he feels about these last few losses:
The word repeatedly spoken by Wright on Tuesday was "mediocrity" -- and variations thereof. He said it as if it were four letters and profane. And Wednesday night when an 11-4 loss to the Braves put the Mets' winning percentage right at mediocrity, the word he used often was "embarrassed."
"Extremely embarrassed," Wright said.
"I can accept losing," Wright said. "Not easily, but every team loses here and there. But to go out and give the effort we're giving, to go out and lose without a fight ..."