Grady Sizemore is making the most of is time with the Phillies.
Since joining the team on July 11, Sizemore has hit .341 with six runs scored and four doubles in 11 games. He's also walked three times and has seen time in the leadoff spot in the batting order.
In the Phils' 9-5 win over Arizona on Friday, the veteran outfielder had a single, two doubles, scored two runs and stole third base.
“The more I play, the stronger I get," Sizemore said (see story). "I just want to be in the lineup.”
Phillies manager Ryne Sandberg hasn't been afraid to use Sizemore, who has seen action in both center and left field.
How will the Phillies' outfield situation shake out for the rest of the second half of the season? Will Ben Revere or Domonic Brown see less playing time? Is Sizemore an everyday player?
Ben Davis and Corey Seidman discuss in the video above.