"If you're able to get the ball into J.J.'s hands, then we've got a lot of options to us," Showalter said. "Anytime if we make a throw and we can get the ball to the cutoff man, but I think Delmon going glove side, having to spin, he wouldn't have had a play at the plate, but he had a play at third. He would have if he kept going. I think the trail runner saw that he stopped going into third, but the decision-making he has to make in the outfield is not catch a ball and see what the third base coach is doing. ... He played solid right field for us the whole trip."