MILWAUKEE -- If a player can play shortstop, he has a good chance at being able to play anywhere on the infield. At least that's what the Milwaukee Brewers are hoping for.
When Jeff Bianchi was reinstated from the disabled list last Thursday, he made five shortstops on the roster. Josh Prince was sent back to Triple-A Nashville the next day, so Milwaukee currently has four shortstops of its seven infielders.
"I think that's a good thing," Bianchi said. "We have a lot of guys who can play a lot of different positions. We've seen the injuries happen. You just never know. For a guy to be able to play a couple of different positions, that's a good thing."
Yuniesky Betancourt and Alex Gonzalez have covered for Aramis Ramirez and Corey Hart at the corner infield positions, while Jean Segura has held down the fort as the starting shortstop. With Ramirez back, Betancourt gets the start at first base for the time being, meaning Gonzalez can return to more of a utility role.
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