The tears in David Wright’s eyes and wide smile on his face as he departed the field for a last time to a standing ovation best summed up Saturday night’s emotion at Citi Field.

With sadness and joy all rolled into one, No. 5 hugged each of his teammates as they stood outside the Mets dugout, tipped his cap to the adoring sellout crowd, and headed toward life after baseball.

In a last hurrah, Wright received two plate appearances against the Marlins and played four innings at third base, giving Mets fans and their captain the kind of closure they deserved.

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