In this next look at specific tools, InsidePitchMagazine.com offers the best hitters for average…
MMLN: Top Tools – Infield Defense
10. 3B Brian Harrison – The error totals were not pretty in Harrison's first year (12 in 35 games in Brooklyn), but numbers do not tell the whole story. Harrison plays the ball well and demonstrated good lateral movement to both sides. He has a strong arm for a third baseman, but bouts of wildness increased his error total. He still has work to do learning to make plays on the move. Harrison could stick at third base for a couple more seasons, but organizational traffic head of him may not make that possible. 9. 2B Reese Havens – Havens is still in the midst of making his full-time transition to second base. In limited time and observance this year, Havens appears to be making a successful move but is not quite there yet. He is still limited in his range, especially to his left, but looks very good around the second base bag with quick foot work and a reasonably quick trigger on double plays. He does not have the agility to make the charging play expected of second baseman...
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