"All he does is hit."
That's Michael Felger's view of Jose Iglesias, whose batting average is now at .583 after his two-hit performance Thursday night put him at 7-for-12 over the first three games.
But Glenn Ordway and Tony Massarotti -- noting that Iglesias didn't get the ball out of the infield for five of those seven hits, and showed little offensive ability during his first three years in the organization -- agree with the Red Sox' plan to ship Iglesias back to Pawtucket once Stephen Drew is healthy, allowing him to work on his offensive game.
What do you think? Should the Red Sox keep Jose Iglesias in Boston?