Dee Gordon’s hitting and fielding over the season’s first two weeks is no worse than anyone should have anticipated.
If there were no hope for him, it might be time to replace him. If there were someone obviously better, it might be time to replace him. If he were the sole problem in a lineup that would thrive in his absence, it might be time to replace him.
None of those things are the case. The plan, all along, has been for the Dodgers to enjoy what they can get from Gordon and let him develop. Two weeks into the season, there is no reason to change that plan.
Angel Berroa started 65 games for the 2008 Dodgers. I think we can live with Dee Gordon for now.