"From what I understood from talking to Mike Scioscia, he's a much better right fielder than he is in left," Stewart said.
Trumbo said he feels more comfortable there as well.
"Just reads off the bat, what I feel more comfortable with," Trumbo said. "Being right-handed I've just found right field, especially with some of those balls coming in, it's much easier for me with that angle as opposed to the one in left."
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