So what are they going to do about this? First I would like to know, when they are in St. Louis, if Ortiz will be playing 1st. If so where would Millar play. Secondly, When they are playing at Fenway does anybody know who St. Louis is going to use as their DH; Molina, Taguchi, Cedeno.......
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Kevin Millar will lose his spot in the lineup for the middle three games, when ALCS MVP David Ortiz puts on the mitt. But not even that tag-team can match the remarkable Mr. Albert Pujols, who comes off an NLCS in which he hit .500 and slugged .907. At 24, Pujols is already a 24-game postseason vet.
Ortiz has been a postseason walk-off monster, finishing off the Angels and back-to-backing the Yankees. For the Fenway games, Tony La Russa's choices all bat left-handed, but that's no problem against the Sox's all-righty rotation. Look for John Mabry in the slot, keeping the speed of Roger Cedeno and Marlon Anderson in reserve.