Ryan Cordell has gotten plenty of playing time with the New York Mets this spring. The veteran outfielder who turns 28 at the end of March has been a professional baseball player since 2013 when he debuted in Single-A for the Texas Rangers. In the years since, he has hit for good power and put his speed on display.
As the case often is with professional athletes, there’s a ceiling. Unfortunately, Cordell may have reached his.
Over the last two years, Cordell mustered up 116 games and 287 plate appearances as a member of the Chicago White Sox.