Originally Posted by Harry Chappas
I've had the same thought. He's only 26 and is a former 1st round pick. He's obviously not going to hit .350, but maybe the light went on for him. At worst, he gives the Sox the luxury of not having to rush Davidson.
Its a great luxury to have the options the Sox currently have at infielder spots but the outfield is not so deep. I would like to see Johnson and/or Semian get outfield time in the minors. What I have heard and seen of Johnson his main assets are his speed and bat and Semian is adequate in the field but not a gold glover. Moving one or both to the outfield I think would benefit the Sox future.