Wow that sucks. Seems like Cueto kept kicking him in the head when he was down. And only got 7 games for it.
As for Chris Simon and hockey maybe he was a bad example. He was on disability assistance in 2017 which I gathered from this pathetic story of his after hockey life:
I didn't really like the buildup to this fight. Fury fanboys really got on my nerves, and I hadn't liked Fury's fighting style against high level opponents leading up to this one, and as a fan of violence, I like knockout artists like Wilder. I also disliked the fanboys whining that Fury got robbed in the first fight. (No he didn't, there's no way he won 8 out of 10 non-knockdown rounds, and there isn't a judge in the entire world that would give Fury a round in which he got knocked down without scoring a knockdown himself.)
That said, Fury outclassed Wilder today. I liked the more aggressive style he showed, and he showed really good power in this fight since he actually decided to step into his punches instead of just throwing little arm swats.
I have an Instagram, same as Twitter, Eric_Birdland and his name is Scooter. Fielding percentage of 1.000 on grounders too. More athletic than most dogs but would rather consume a baseball than learn about the game....
If he hits .240 with 20 HR, his OPS will be north of .700. Probably closer to what @SteveA suggested above.
Personally, I say root for the guy and if we have that problem it will work out. I don't think we will be contending next year. Trey Mancini could be traded, Nunez could develop as a 3B, Mountcastle shocks everyone and plays a passable LF, etc. I don't think we need to root against Davis' (potential) success.