We're four games in, and it would seem that Trey Hillman feels that both Mike Aviles and Mitch Maier haven't sat enough to fully cool off from their torrid spring. With their spots on the 25-man roster entering spring training, both men saw fit to force their way onto the roster.In 21 games and 57 plate appearances, Aviles hit .471/.517/.725 with one-third of his hits going for extra bases (three doubles and five triples). Not to be outdone, Maier triple-slashed .475/.530/.814 in 66 plate appearances with five doubles, three triples, and three homers. Collectively, they drew thirteen walks while only striking out eight times.Given that Mitch Maier is the Royals' best defensive center fielder and that Mike Aviles is their "most fundamentally sound infielder," it would only stand to...

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