Rajai Davis- New York Mets
Rajai Davis continues to find work even at the ripe old age of 38 due to his ability to still create havoc on the base paths. The speedster signed a one-year deal with the New York Mets after spending last season with the Cleveland Indians.
In 101 games with the Tribe last season, Davis hit only .224 but still managed to steal 21 bases in 28 attempts over 216 plate appearances. The fleet afoot outfielder spent three seasons north of the border between 2011-13 after the Blue Jays acquired Davis from the Athletics in exchange for pitchers Danny Farquhar and Trystan Magnuson.
During his tenure in Toronto, Davis slashed .252/.299/.369 with 15 home runs, 125 stolen bases and a 6.7 WAR in 345 games with the Blue Jays. Davis currently ranks 66th on the All-Time Stolen Base Leaders list with 415 career thefts. He needs another 59 swipes to match Blue Jays Hall of Famer Roberto Alomar who sits 44th all-time.
Speed never slumps and even though the bat has regressed, Davis is still a threat off the bench or as a late game replacement. Keep running, Rajai.