Given Alvarez's early season woes, (which in my opinion he's trying too hard and not just reacting; instead he's thinking too much) does the value of Rendon, also a third baseman rise? The debate had been whether or not Rendon would be useful given that we have Alvarez. This is aside from the Rendon-Cole debate. Rendon advocates said Alvarez could just shift to first, but now that Alvarez is struggling, perhaps we don't have the third baseman of the future. Therefore, does Rendon become all that more important as insurance? Tell me what you guys think?