He was a bad pick given what we needed last season, but without him this season, our receiving unit would be desperate. I'm not sure what people expect - he's fast, has good hands, needs to be accounted for defensively, and is developing just fine.
I was wondering how the Mets, the Cardinals and the Giants would clinch a playoff berth if they all finish with the same rrcord. Which one would be eliminated? I found this:
"The first task is to seed the teams, and by that seeding teams get to choose their designation – Club A, Club B or Club C. The top-seeded team gets to choose its designation, followed by the second-seeded team."
"The Cardinals would host the Mets on Monday, Oct. 3, the day after the final day of the regular season. The winner would be declared the first wild card. The loser would fly to San Francisco to play the Giants on Oct. 4. The winner of that game would be declared the winner of the second wild card. On Oct. 5, the first wild card would host the second wild card for the right to play the Chicago Cubs in a best-of-five National League Division Series."
I have to agree with this sentiment.
I was worried they/he rushed back from injury too soon. I hope it's not career ending. Even though he was a division rival, I've always liked how he carried himself on and off the field. I wish him the best.