What will happen to Harrison?

Thanks to the poster who asked this question.
I think everyone is curious to see what happens to the Revs infield when Ramon Castro finally joins York. Third baseman Vince Harrison has been one constant in York’s lineup. He’s the top hitter on the team with a .381 average, and he currently has the third-best average in the league. York can’t sit him down. They just can’t. He has proved to everyone he’s not a bench player.
Now he could move to the designated hitter spot, but I suspect York manager Andy Etchebarren will attempt to keep him in the field. If he’s comfortable at first base, Harrison could move across the infield. Or Castro, who played great at third last season, could be moved to short or second.
One of the best things about York’s infield this year is its versatility. Liu Rodriguez can play short or second. Tanner Townsend can play short or third. Castro can play third or short, and possibly second. And Chuck Jeroloman — scheduled to join the team in June — can play short, third and corner outfield. I don’t think the coaching staff knows what will happen right now, but they are already thinking about what options they have.
But they know this: They don’t want to lose Harrison’s bat.

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Jim Seip wore a cookie monster costume to help close out the Spectrum on Oct. 31, 2009.
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