Matt P wrote:So, two players will have to be sent down by Friday night's game as long as neither have a set back. Then, another player will need to be sent down before Sunday's game to make room for Tillman. Paulino and Tolleson are two obvious choices but it will be interesting to see who the other play sent down will be. I'm guessing it will be between Pearce and Avery.
PC022 wrote:Does Pearce even have any options to be sent down?
`Jordan Tuwiner wrote:Hoping it is Pearce. Even though Avery has been the guy the past few times, I think it's Pearce this time.
TuckerBlair89 wrote:Chavez is staying whether everyone likes it or not unfortunately. I agree that I'd rather just have Avery do his job (which he could).
They like Chavez's glove and I would think that they assume the bat will pick up a little bit. Probably are asking a lot for Endy (he's a 4th OF at best at this stage of his career).
I also think they are going to option Avery. Just my hunch. Which I think everyone knows I do not like one bit.
TuckerBlair89 wrote:He hit over .300 last year but it wasn't a "strong" .300 if that makes any sense.
It's the same problem Rod Carew had at the end of his career.
TuckerBlair89 wrote:From the eye test Chavez has played defense well. I cannot knock him on that. He's probably the best defensive option the Orioles have for LF.
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