They moved the deck chairs on the Titanic as well. Hopefully, in this case, they fix this broken one in time for the Red Cross to show up and save everyone.
Manager Jim Leyland told the media, via Fox Sports Detroit’s broadcast:
“You have to understand this is not a punishment. We have to try to get him going. He’s gone down before, come back and helped us a lot. That’s what happens. He has to go down and get that swing going, rejoin us and help us like the last couple of years.
“Right now it’s like beating a dead horse. It’s not working. I actually think he’s relieved a little bit. He knows that he needs to do this. So you look at this as a positive thing.”
Yup, sure. I wrote about this earlier today and I stick by what I said.
Jason Beck said that the corresponding move, which will be made in the morning, will not be a second baseman.
Danny Worth and Ramon Santiago to light up the ninth spot, as of now.