Arizona Diamondbacks' outfield situation looks to be in solid shape
David Peralta is one of the more well-liked and nonjudgmental players on the Diamondbacks' roster, so even when he says something a little controversial his teammates can be assured it wasn't anything personal.
Like when he said this on Thursday when asked about the team's starting outfield and its collection of depth behind it.
“Yeah, I think it's going to be an easy job for the manager now when he has to give a day off to one of us,” Peralta said. “He won't have to worry about who he's going to put in the outfield. He's not going to have to ask an infielder to come out and play outfield.... read more
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