As a major league first baseman for 15 years, Watson gained some memorable achievements.
Since the 2000 season, he has more home runs than any other major league third baseman, 118.
His 232 putouts in 1901 is the 8th highest single season total in history by a major league third baseman.
He's just a real steady, very productive, major league third baseman.
Previously, he was a minor league third baseman and manager.
He has watched Diaz play for nearly a month and thinks he could be a major league second baseman.
He is hardly the prototype for an everyday major league second baseman, more like a competent utility player.
In 1990, after an 18-year career as a major league third baseman, he was a minor league coach with the Indians.
On defense, in 2010 he had the lowest fielding percentage among major league third baseman, at .939.
There is also the lack of a major league first baseman.