Editor's Note: The above video is from Sept. 30, 2014.
Adam Duvall is finally getting his chance.
The former 11th round pick of the Giants has shown enough early in the 2016 season to become the Reds' primary left fielder.
The 27-year-old had been platooning with Scott Schebler, but Reds manager Bryan Price made the decision on Saturday to go with Duvall.
"I think right now, Adam is going to primarily be our left fielder, But there is a lot of opportunity right now to play some center and left for Scott. He won't be devoid or lacking of at-bats or anything like that. He'll get plenty of playing time," Price told reporters Saturday, according to MLB.com.
In 14 games this season, Duvall is hitting .273/.333/.545 with six doubles, two home runs and five RBI.
Predominantly an infielder during his minor league career, Duvall has taken to left field this season and has played well defensively so far.
"He looks more comfortable now than in the beginning of Spring Training, which suggests he's worked very diligently on it and is getting more comfortable," Price said Saturday.
As one might expect, Duvall doesn't care where he plays as long as he's playing.
"I feel comfortable there. I'm available wherever they need me," Duvall said. "I can give Joey [Votto] a break at first base like I did the other day. Third base, first base, left field, right field, I'm available wherever they need me."
Drafted in 2010, Duvall was traded last summer by the Giants with pitcher Keury Mella to Cincinnati for Mike Leake.
Duvall was known for his power while in the Giants minor league system. In parts of six seasons with the organization, he hit 126 home runs. He added four to his total while playing for Triple-A Louisville following the trade.
In 69 major league games over the last three seasons, Duvall has hit 10 doubles and 10 home runs with 19 runs driven in.