From yesterday’s game report:
Narron didn’t manage too differently than Dave Miley would’ve, but there were some changes:
Narron dropped left fielder Adam Dunn into the seventh spot in the order for the first time all season. Dunn hit a pair of long home runs to help the Reds build a 7-0 lead. Both, however, were solo shots, leading off innings.
“I told him if he hit one more, I was going to hit him leadoff Friday,” Narron said.
Narron wants to separate the left-handers in the batting order. That meant flopping Dunn and Wily Mo PeÃƒÂ±a. Hitting sixth, PeÃƒÂ±a struck out with runners on to end each of the innings before Dunn hit a homer.
So, it appears that his plan is to flip-flop Dunn and Pena in the order at 6 and 7. Who are the two most productive hitters on this team again?