However, it sure seems that most decisions that he has made have worked out to the Orioles' benefit. Last night, he gives infielder Jake Fox his first start since Aug. 29 and Fox responds by going 2-for-4 with a double and a two-run homer. Now, you may say that starting Fox was a no-brainer because he entered the night 4-for-4 with a homer and three RBIs off Detroit starter Armando Galarraga. However, that's not too much of a sample size and Showalter could have very easily given Brandon Snyder his first career start or just stayed with Ty Wigginton and Josh Bell at the corners. Instead, he opted to give a player who had just one at-bat all month, a start and Fox delivered.