Aviles also thrived hitting in the No. 2 hole later in the season, especially behind speedy leadoff man Jarrod Dyson - that combination at the top of the order certainly will give manager Ned Yost and general manager Dayton Moore something to consider all off-season. "Having Dyson in the leadoff spot is incredible," Aviles said. "He makes pitchers so worried. They're constantly looking over at him if he's on first. You're going to get good pitches because of that. It's dynamic. They're more worried about getting him off the bases rather than pitching to me. "I love hitting No. 2, too. It's my favorite spot in the order, hands down. I hit there the first time in Triple-A in 2007. I loved it. I feel the most comfortable there."Fox Sports KC -- A good sign: Aviles looks like his former self Jason Kendall, you're on notice, Mike Aviles wants the #2 hole!