Given our current group of players, do you like Cutch batting leadoff? I am not familiar with any sabermetric equations than may exist that would show that Cutch should be batting first, second, or third; if someone could enlighten me, that would be appreciated. Has Cutch indicated that he is more comfortable batting in one spot or another? Further, IF Tabata gets promoted and puts up a .300/.360/.400 line with very good baserunning, and Walker keeps hitting, how do you see our optimal batting order for next season? Of course there are a lot of variables, such as Pedro's development and potential trades, but I am curious as to people's philosophies for constructing batting orders.