Out of the lineup for a fifth straight day on Tuesday, second baseman Omar Infante expressed a mix of disappointment and understanding about his lack of playing time. “It’s not easy,” Infante said. “I understand I have to be on the bench.”
Out of the lineup for a fifth straight day on Tuesday, second baseman Omar Infante expressed a mix of disappointment and understanding about his lack of playing time. “It’s not easy,” Infante said. “I understand I have to be on the bench.” Patrick Semansky The Associated Press
Out of the lineup for a fifth straight day on Tuesday, second baseman Omar Infante expressed a mix of disappointment and understanding about his lack of playing time. “It’s not easy,” Infante said. “I understand I have to be on the bench.” Patrick Semansky The Associated Press

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