"I want to see Martin play," Bogar said. "I want to know if he is going to be our center fielder next year. I want to see him against left-handers. We need to know if we need another guy against left-handers."
Sardinas was one of the Rangers' September callups. This is the third time he has been with the Rangers this season and the two previous times were as a seldom-used utility infielder. Now he is going to get a chance to play regularly.
"It's something we need to do, see where he is at," Bogar said. "Whether it's moving him around the infield or a few days at shortstop, we want to see him play every day. It's more mental than physical. We know where he is as a fielder and where he is as a hitter. We want to see how he handles it mentally."
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