"I love how aggressive Oquendo is at third base," Matheny said. "He knows the game. He knows the situation. He's very in tune with what's going on. I never have an issue when we have a play like that.
"He's very seldom wrong, too," he said. "With nobody out you don't see him making many mistakes. When there is one out, two outs, we're at the bottom of the order, let's take a chance."
First-base coach Chris Maloney moved to third on Sunday, and Bengie Molina was the first-base coach.
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