I was at the Mariners/Royals game yesterday when I look in the field and who should be starting at short for the Ms but our (formerly) own Ronnie Cedeno. The first play I saw to him he made a slick bare-handed fielding play and got the runner at first--not bad. However, he found a way to be Ronnie Cedeno when it really counted. On a sharp one-hopper with Coco Crisp on, Ronnie muffed the fielding attempt, allowing David DeJesus to reach and Crisp to score. While the rest of his fielding was fine the rest of the game, his day at the plate was even worse with three swinging strike outs and I only saw him take two pitches in that span. He was replaced by Yunnieski Betancourt in the 9th who promptly walked, making his offensive day that much better than Ronnie's immediately. Maybe that Heilman trade wasn't such a bad idea after all.