But he took a career-high 10-game hitting streak into Sunday's game. He was hitting .485 (16-for-33) during the streak and his .471 average in June was the second highest in the American League. So Washington moved him up to the No. 2 spot behind Elvis Andrus.
"He gives me some options in the two spot," Washington said. "I've got a guy who can bunt, a guy I can hit and run with, and it gives me my best two speed guys at the top of the lineup."