“He’s a perennial MVP candidate. … When healthy, he’s the best shortstop in the game of baseball right now,” Colorado’s Michael Cuddyer said. “It’s pretty relevant obviously to have him back. No team has a guy like him, so to be able to have him on your team is going to make you that much better.
“He’s smiling a little bit more obviously being healthy,” he said. “But he’s the same guy.”
And that can only be good for the Rockies.
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