5 early surprises from San Francisco Giants spring training
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Giants infielder Mauricio Dubon
Heading into spring training, a lot of eyes were going to be on Mauricio Dubon.
It was assumed for much of the offseason that he was the starting second baseman for 2020, but the additions of Yolmer Sanchez and Wilmer Flores could change things.
So far, with the way he has swung the bat, he is going to force his way onto the roster in some capacity. In 15 plate appearances he has seven hits, two of which are home runs, including a no-doubter against the Padres.
Aside from his strong work at the plate, Dubon has also tried his hand at center field, showing that he can be versatile enough to play multiple positions.If Dubon gets hot with his bat this season, the Giants will have multiple ways to work him into the lineup.