You know things are upside down on the infield when even shortstop J.J. Hardy (pictured) looks discombobulated. The infield defense was supposed to improve when Brian Roberts returned and made Robert Andino available to play third, but everybody seems tentative out there. There weren't a ton of errors, but there continues to be a lot of inefficiency. On offense, Wilson Betemit continues to swing the hottest bat on the team, but Roberts, Hardy and Andino were a combined 6-for-57 at the plate. Ouch! Grade: D
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