"You'd like to in a perfect world if you have somebody who can do it," Showalter said. "They used their lefthander a lot yesterday. They've got one down there. You're trying not to give them the ability to use one pitcher to get multiple outs out of the bullpen. Being a switch-hitter sitting there, we all know he's a little better right-handed hitter so far. He's a threat, both sides, real good bunter."