By the sounds of it, it appears manager John Farrell is giving Sizemore every chance to win the job.
“They’re giving Sizemore a lot of opportunities. Whenever John Farrell is asked to handicap it, all he basically says is ‘We’re hoping to see what Sizemore can do.’ They’re gradually increasing his workload, giving him more chances, more at bats and they’re trying to see how he handles things durability-wise.”
However, despite Sizemore looking better than everyone expected, MacPherson says it’s not really a competition between he and Jackie Bradley Jr.
“It’s really more just a Grady Sizemore competition with his body, because if he’s able to hold up and looks like he can play everyday, or at least 4-5 days a week, then he’s probably going to be on the roster no matter what Jackie Bradley Jr. does "
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