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They might both be better offensive options than the very interchangeable William Bergolla and Rainer Olmedo, but as is, that duo might only get shots at being the second infield reserve behind Rich Aurilia--assuming either of them can fend of challenges from the likes of Frank Menechino. Since a good chunk of the extra playing time at second will be going to Ryan Freel, and perhaps even moreso once Tony Womack's case of the sucks starts getting his name crossed out of lineup cards, there really won't be all that much playing time in the infield to go around, so the major questions as far as who wins from among Menechino, Olmedo, and Bergolla might boil down to a question of options, 40-man roster space, and who wouldn't be better off playing regularly in Triple-A.