I don't know much about Iwamura but (I don't have a source unfortunately... you may want to consider googling to check my memory) I believe I read that there is a chance he may slide over to second base when Longoria is called up. I do know he was a gold glove caliber fielder in Japan, didn't run much but did have good speed, had good HR totals but that was more a product of the ballparks, and hit for a good average. As far as Brendan Harris, he isn't nearly as pressed as Iwamura assuming he doesn't move to second when Longoria comes up. Longoria is much closer to being MLB ready. I remember reading an article as a former Brendan Harris owner a while back saying that his numbers shouldn't be a complete surprise. I know he's been a very solid minor league hitter... around a .300 hitter with roughly 15-20 HR power projected over the course of a 550 ish ab season. His minor league track record, and thus far in the bigs, he's posted a solid BB:K ratio, which to me is a great peripheral stat to use in gauging whether a hitter can maintain a good average. I also remember reading that when Harris was drafted Omar Minaya, said he felt Brendan Harris, with his line drive swing, would be a consistant .290-.300 ish hitter with 20 HR ish power... considering Minaya was with the Expos when they originally drafted Harris, I'd say he might have been on to something. Once again, I don't have a source... but I DO know for fact I read that, I believe on Yahoo.