Does anyone remember the last time Jose Galvan played? I'm sure he'll be popping up on someone's milk carton any day now. With Galvan and Guevara in the lineup at the same time, I think you would see a bit more attacking play than the organized boredom we've been seeing the past few weeks. What harm would it be to start this guy next week? Granted he's not the greatest at coming back on defense, but didn't Bradley know this when he brought him over? Why was he brought here?