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  1. There’s a very high chance that Lopez is the team’s 2nd baseman, which would mostly remove him from the discussion for 3b. Wigginton is more for insurance at 1b than 3b so as you alluded to, there really isn’t a true position battle.

    I will say too that the Rockies added a new hitting coach (and removed Baylor) this offseason, and it was the hitting coach that Stewart worked with during some more successful times in the minor leagues. So there is a decent chance that Stewart can produce similar numbers without being a total liability in batting average.

    But to your concluding point, I’d say it’s almost a guarantee that Wigginton has more at-bats at 3b than Lopez throughout the season barring some scenario where both Helton and Stewart are injured/totally ineffective…

    Comment by Resolution — February 23, 2011 @ 4:51 pm

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