Nick Ahmed ready to earn starting shortstop job with D-Backs, pick up where he left off
The Diamondbacks might say they haven't settled on their starting shortstop yet, and maybe they haven't - on the record - but when manager Torey Lovullo was recently asked about how his the middle infield might shake out this spring, he sounded very much like a man with a plan.
Brandon Drury had just been traded to the Yankees as part of the three-team deal that brought Tampa outfielder Steve Souza to Arizona, leaving second base more or less wide open. And then Lovullo said Chris Owings' role has been redefined as the club's new super utility player, meaning he will float around all over... read more
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