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Danielle's guide to Citi Field

After scoping out Citi Field, Danielle has compiled a guide to the Mets' new stadium, complete with transportation, tickets, batting practice, seating, food, shopping, attractions, and miscellaneous information.

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  • David has three younger brothers: Stephen, Matthew, and Daniel.

  • His dog is a Boxer named Homer.

  • David's father, Rhon, is a police officer.

  • He has THREE nicknames in the Mets' clubhouse: Hollywood, Visine, and

  • Wright was the first spokesperson for Vitamin Water.

  • Delta Airlines named a MD-88 airplane after him, calling it "The David Wright Flight." The plane's name, David's signature, and his number are next to the door.

  • "The David Wright Flight" flies between New York, Boston, and Washington, DC.

  • He is on the cover of MLB 07: The Show.

  • David has appeared on MTV's Total Request Live.

  • He has been on the Late Show with David Letterman twice.

  • He has appeared on the Daily Show with Jon Stewart.

  • David made a surprise appearance on The Celebrity Apprentice after Jennie Finch called in a favor.

  • As a kid, he played on an AAU team with Nationals 3B Ryan Zimmerman and Tampa Bay Rays CF B.J. Upton, and B.J.'s brother, Arizona Diamondbacks RF Justin Upton.

  • Before being drafted to the Mets, Wright had signed a letter of intent to Georgia Tech.

  • David was drafted as the 38th pick of the New York Mets in the first supplemental round in 2001.

  • As a condition to the Mets hiring Lou Pinella to replace the recently-fired Bobby Valentine, the Mariners wanted David in return. The Mets refused and took Art Howe instead.

  • As part of a team hazing ritual of the rookies, David was once forced to sing Take Me Out to the Ballgame on the team bus.

  • Wright was such a terrific student at Hickory High School that at his graduation, he was selected as a class speaker.

  • In high school, his favorite pre-game meal was a turkey sub from Subway.

  • David's draft selection was the pick that followed the Mets' drafting of Aaron Heilman.

  • In 2004, the Royals offered Carlos Beltran in a straight up trade for David Wright. Obviously, this was turned down.

  • David doesn't remember touching the bases on his first major league homer.
  • Wright works out four to five days a week during the offseason, but only two days a week during the season.
  • David played for the Green Run Padres in Little League.
  • He grew up wearing the number four and always liked No. 4, but when he was called up, the third-base coach wore it.
  • David uses Rawlings gloves only.
  • The costume he was forced to wear as part of the Mets' hazing ritual was Strawberry Shortcake.