Iglesias, meanwhile, has put up just about the opposite season as Middlebrooks. The surehanded shortstop has moved between short and third base seamlessly, and in the biggest surprise, he’s kept on hitting. Iglesias is hitting .395 in 45 games this season while making spectacular plays in the field. That doesn’t sound like a guy you’d want to trade, but perhaps the Sox will try to sell high on Iglesias and try to ride out Middlebrooks’ slump while Bogaerts makes his way up. Without a move, the Sox will soon have a glut of infielders.