That does give them a little more flexibility with him and Hall on the same roster. Not sure Wojo is any good out there.
One interesting thing is that they had zero Ks against a starting pitcher who K'd more than 1 per inning last year (43 in 37.2). Speaks to the quality of the hit tools in that lineup, especially at the top where Brito, Gamboa, and Moniak all had good starts. The only surprise there is Gamboa though if we remember things were just starting to click last year in Williamsport when he got hurt. If he can get on base this will be a dangerous team at the top of the order and guys like Hall will knock in lots of runs.