Originally Posted by pedro
Even in a situation where the Reds are playing with the DH in an AL park I can't find any reasonable justification for Womack to be in the lineup.
Which brings up the question of who may actually be the DH in the AL parks.
?DH. Hatteberg/Valentin? -- depending on R/L opposing pitcher, but not necessarily at #9, however. If E.E. needs a rest, perhaps Aurilia plays 3B, with Encarnacion at DH sometimes. Womack doesn't make my list of the top 11 position players.
I like Freel & Lopez at the expected "base-running" slots.
Love Dunn's respectable foot speed and more than respectable OBP in front of Junior.
Fear that E.E. at # 6 or higher puts too much pressure on him, at least early in the '06 season.