I don’t know if you ever got clarification on this but I watched all the home games. I’d say that Gunnar has little problem ranging to either side at this point in his development but the transition to rise, transfer and throw is as unsmooth as it is effective. Rushing this process led to his errors, the majority of them on throws. To be honest, this was more of a problem early on and he showed response to coaching by improving.
Hernaiz didn’t at any point look out of place in the infield and showed good athleticism wherever possible. He’s better to his glove side but is a quick guy with quick hands. I remember good infielder instincts and positioning and lots and lots of grounders he didn’t have to move for. Hope this helps paint a picture and matches up with the metrics
Emulating the Rays would be a dream. I can’t fathom how they continually climb back into contention given the high turnover of players. Its not even like the coach and front office staff has stayed the same throughout either.
They call me wildcard because the the name I picked. I picked the name because I thought being in the division with the Yankees and Red Sox the best chance for the O's to get into the playoffs was thought he Wild Card.
Being optimistic is just the way I like to look at the Orioles. I find it more fun than complaining all the time.