Re: Henry Rodriguez
Not a great arm, but he can get it to 1B from 3B.
At 2B, he's short a step in range, IMO.
I'd personally play him at 2B, watch him go .310/ .350/ .450, and deal with the lack of range. He has really sure hands and won't screw up what he gets to.
But Phillips is there. So that won't work.
The next most logical move, IMO, is to play him everywhere on the infield. 2B, SS, 3B-- pull a Tony Phillips.
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