Ryan Raburn is back. Does Jim Leyland just not like Ramon Santiago?
hit above .260 in each of the last three seasons as a part-time player with more than 250 at-bats each year.
At some point, doesn't this team have to say: All right, Santiago isn't Lou Whitaker but at least he won't embarrass us at second base. Let's stick him there and focus on improving the bullpen, the outfield, at DH, and the back-end of the rotation. Is that too much to ask? -- JTW