When the New York Mets acquired Keon Broxton, it seemed like the fourth outfielder they needed. Broxton never found his stride, was hitting below his weight and was cut before June.
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The Mets acquired Broxton from the Brewers in exchange for three minor leaguers, including relief pitcher Bobby Wahl. He made a name for himself in Milwaukee with his superb speed and outfield defense but was always held back by his inability to hit consistently.