The only other piece D-backs manager Kirk Gibson was willing to reveal was that third baseman Martin Prado was all but certainly going to hit cleanup.
"He's arguably our best pure hitter," Gibson said.
Gibson initially tried hitting Prado in the second spot last year, but did not like the way Prado tried to take the ball to the opposite field every time.
Gibson then moved Prado down in the order, and he began driving the ball more.
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