One of the trends that's emerging over the Riggleman-Rizzo tenure is a willingness to move players around the diamond to positions they've never played before. All teams move players around from time to time, and it can sometimes be a good idea, or a bad one, depending on the player and the situation.This spring, the Nationals' willingness to move players has resulted in a depth chart where as many as half the players on the field at any given time could be playing a position where they have little or no major league experience.Consider these career numbers (regular season only):Willie Harris: 10 innings in RFWilly Taveras: 1 inning in RFMike Morse: 28 games total in the outfield (and 11 in the minors)Cristian Guzman: 0 innings at 2B, 3B, RF, etc.Josh Willingham: 4 innings at 1BThere...

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