If you are going to start Paul Janish, a below .240 hitter in his minor league career, you might not want to hit him No. 2. I'm thinking the No. 8 spot would be ideal for a hitter of his acumen.
I actually like Dusty, but I'm starting to see what some of his bashers are saying. Bat by far the worst hitter in your lineup second? Wow.
And for a "great defensive player" Janish better step it up defensively.