Plus obviously Domingo Leyba's the man for 2B, forcing him out to LF.
We'll see where we are in a month, but I still have a small candle lit for say Bradish starting and a line up like
1B Mancini (got to show the NL clubs he can do it next month)
3B Franco (open to Nevin clomping around over there just to see what happens)
SS Galvis (not really outplaying Elvis Andrus lately)
Hays first string if he can be, but if he can't put 6-8 weeks together I imagine by offseason I'll see him in similar 4th outfielder pigeonhole to how I saw Mullins last year. (So obviously Hays will be a 2-way MVP candidate in 2022.)