From the Enquirer:
The claimed Matt Kata, another “utility” infielder that has no grasp of the strike zone.
But Krivsky says:
“He’s a quality pro who can play second, third, shortstop or outfield,” Krivsky said.
And where does Kata fit in?
“I’ll let (Reds manager Jerry Narron) work that out,” Krivsky said.
Every move Krivsky makes gives me less reason to believe he understands what it takes to win…like having guys that know how to get on base.
To make room for him on the 40 man roster, Allan Simpson was cut. This isn’t a big deal because he wasn’t going to make the team anyway and was out of options.
But what does concern me is Krivsky’s seeming “O’Brien-like” infatuation with guys like Kata and Womack.