New York Mets
Wright walked to the dugout with an escort from trainer Ray Ramirez and manager Terry Collins after being struck with the 86 mph changeup.
He subsequently passed a concussion test.
It marked the second time in Wright's career he was beaned. Wright suffered a concussion and landed on the disabled list on Aug. 15, 2009 when San Francisco's Matt Cain drilled him with a 94 mph fastball.
Hellweg also plunked the next batter, Lucas Duda. He threw only 37 of 80 pitches for strikes while also walking four batters and uncorking a wild pitch in four innings.
Wright had just returned last Friday after missing seven weeks with a strained right hamstring.