CLEVELAND -- Two days into his tenure with the Orioles, Omar Quintanilla hasn't cracked the starting lineup. But that will change soon.
"I'm trying to give 'Q' a couple of days to get grounded," Orioles manager Buck Showalter said. "I plan on playing him [Monday] somewhere."
Quintanilla, acquired Friday from the Mets for cash considerations, entered Saturday's game as a defensive substitute, debuting with his new team. Ryan Flaherty is in the lineup Sunday at second base, but Showalter envisions using both players regularly.
"It gives us a lot of versatility having both those guys," Showalter said.