JUSTIN SELLERS, 27, infielder
Final 2013 stats: .188 batting average, one homer, two RBI, .263 on-base and .246 slugging percentages in 77 plate appearances.
Contract status: Last year under team control.
The good: Honestly, there's not a lot to report. Had three hits April 23 in a 7-2 victory over the
The bad: Still can't hit. Or maybe he just hits like his dad, Jeff, who was a former major leaguer, but as a pitcher.
What's next: Candidate for utility infielder.
The take: When
Only Sellers was unable to seize his opportunity. He hit worse than even expected (.188) and had three errors in 23 games (all but one inning at shortstop). Soon he was back at triple-A Albuquerque where he hit just .270. He seemed well off the
Yet at the moment, he is a real candidate to make the club has a utility infielder, mostly because somebody has to. At this point there is little reason to believe Sellers will ever be more than a high-energy guy with a pretty nice glove, who can't hit a lick.