ANAHEIM -- Manager Lloyd McClendon feels Brad Miller can help the Mariners, he's just not entirely sure at what defensive position following Chris Taylor's callup on Monday to fill the primary shortstop role. But Miller, who has played shortstop throughout his college and professional career, worked in center field before the past two games and will now be groomed for a utility role.
"He's going to play all over," McClendon said. "My vision is hopefully to see him as a Ben Zobrist-type player. We'll see. Listen, this is not etched in stone. This is something we're trying and we'll see where it goes."