Who would pitch? Who would play first base? Who would save the game?
This was a topic we kicked around in the 49ers.com digital studios and here’s what I came up with for this #Niners365 post...
Arm-strength is already MLB-caliber. No competition here.
Solid defense. Plays hurt. Covers a lot of ground. Home-plate collision? No issues whatsoever there.
Power hitter in the middle of the lineup.
Foot speed and lateral movement is a big plus here.
Super athletic, hurdles any base runner when turning a double-play.
Left side of the infield manned by three-time reigning Pro Bowl left tackle.
Will catch anything that comes his way.
Trust your life that he’ll catch any can of corn.
Breaks on any ball that goes his way.
Paves the way for the closer in this figurative scenario, and he does it in real life.
Game over when “The Tank” gets rolling.
Manager: Jim Harbaugh
Only concern is how the khaki pants would fly in a dugout.
Provides pop whenever a starter goes down with injury.
YOUR TURN: Who should start where and why?