Don Kelly would be the odd man out and designated to the minor leagues for assignment. The idea of sending Quintin Berry to Triple-A because he has options remaining is absurd. Berry has earned his spot on the active roster, and to play his way out of the starting lineup. Kelly has some speed, but Berry is much faster and has exhibited a knack to steal bases. He is a better outfielder than Kelly. He'd be a better bench player. While Kelly can play third base, when is that going to be needed? Miguel Cabrera plays there every day. If something happens with Cabrera, the Tigers have several options at third base. Ryan Raburn is a right-handed hitter - a need - and as poorly as he has hit this season, there would be a team that would pick him up if he asked for his release (My best guess is Raburn would clear waivers). Raburn, with a change of scenery, could break loose. It's unlikely Kelly would be picked up by another organization and placed in the major leagues. His best choice would be to accept the assignment and wait to return to Detroit in September. You would have three left-handed hitting outfielders for the two corner spots - Dirks, Berry and Brennan Boesch. In an extended sample size, it's apparent Berry struggles to catch up to really good fastballs. He does, however, do well against right-handed pitchers who don't throw particularly hard. Dirks catches up with a good fastball a little better. Neither is a guaranteed long-term major league player. Boesch has a better shot at being a long-range regular and posted some huge numbers the last month. But he is the ultimate all or nothing hitter. He goes cold, it's feasible Dirks and Berry could be in the lineup at the same time. It would present the Tigers with their best defensive outfield. And there is no rule Delmon Young has to DH. against right-handed pitching. He's cooled off lately.