Miguel Olivo has played in 866 games over his years in the big leagues, and he has drawn two walks in nine of them. He's played in 559 games over the past five seasons, and he has drawn two walks in six of them. Jason Giambi has in three separate seasons drawn more walks than Miguel Olivo has in his entire career. Miguel Olivo draws walks like the Rays draw fans.
Brendan Ryan has played in 415 games over his years in the big leagues, and he has hit nine home runs. None of them has reached 400 feet of distance, and the righty is moving from one tough ballpark to another. He's expected to begin 2011 as the starter at second base, but while many assume he'll take over at short once Dustin Ackley comes up, we don't know that for sure.