On Thursday night in Venezuela, Jose Osuna played his second game at third base this winter. After having just one play in his hot corner debut on Wednesday, Osuna barely saw more action on Thursday. He handled one grounder cleanly and another batter reached on an infield single to third base. Without seeing that play, it's unknown whether he had a chance to get the runner. So through two games, he officially has two chances in the field. At the plate, Osuna went 0-for-4 with a walk, leaving him 3-for-19, with a double and two walks through five games.

Elvis Escobar went 0-for-4 with two strikeouts. He is now hitting .252/.302/.303 in 35 games.

No word yet on when Elias Diaz could begin to play, but it could be soon. The team hoped he would begin a week after Jose Osuna debuted, whic...

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