"It was only a matter of time," he said. "Obviously, I wasn’t making adjustments. You can’t expect them to keep sticking me out there every day, not really being any kind of a threat at the plate. I’m not down about it. You don’t ever want to be sent down, but at the same time it’s kind of a relief to know I can just go get my head straight and kind of take out all the outside influences and just go get back to baseball. Give myself a chance to get back to where I need to be.
"I really appreciate how long they’ve stuck with me, more than they really had to. I think the fact that I was playing really good defense helped a little bit. We’ll go back to square one tomorrow and see what we need to do."
Why is Borbon still up? In the same piece, Ron Washington says it is because he can bunt and pinch run. So there you go.