He is a very unique player for our team. He seems like the kind of athlete that baseball fans go to the stadium to see.
In 2020, he transitioned from alternate camp site workouts in Port Charlotte after an extended bout with COVID-19 to the Rays, and used his strong September showing (.288, 7 homers, 11 RBIs, 1.055 OPS in 21 games) as a platform to his record-smashing October.
His 20th home run of the season came in the final week, and he stole 20 bases on the penultimate day to record the fifth 20-20 season in Rays history. Last year, he put on a flurry towards the end (.305, 2 homers, 9 RBIs,.894 OPS over 23 games).