On Wednesday night in Venezuela, Jose Osuna played his first game at any level of pro ball at third base. It was a quiet night on defense, with just one ground ball hit his way, which he handled cleanly. He has been taking grounders off and on all year, starting back during the early stages of Spring Training and continuing through the end of the regular season. Osuna went 1-for-4 with an RBI single and through four games, he is 3-for-15, with a double and a walk.
Elvis Escobar began the game on the bench, before coming in as a defensive replacement in right field during the fourth inning. He batted twice, striking out and walking. He's hitting .261/.312/.313 in 34 games.
In the Dominican, Starling Marte went 1-for-4 with a single and an outfield assist. He's hitting .190/.238/.345 t...
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