In an early bid for worst trade of the year, the Mets swapped Lastings Milledge for Ryan Church and Brian Schiender this morning. Can anyone explain how someone could possibly think this is a good idea? Church is a guy that I've always thought of as undervalued, but that meant he was a cheap average corner outfielder that you might be able to steal for a couple minor prospects. He's now 29, and just about to enter his arbitration years. Schnieder slugged .336 last year and has 9.8 million dollars left on his contract. How on Earth is this package worth Lastings Milledge?