Stewart, who turns 33 next month, could be considered an option to play center field. But he has played just 98 games at the position during a career that began with Toronto in 1995, none since 2000. And he has been plagued by ailments in both feet in recent years.
A career .299 hitter with 102 home runs, Stewart was limited to 44 games last season with the Minnesota Twins. He also was being scouted by the Mariners, A's, Rangers, Angels, Reds, Padres and White Sox.
Stewart is definitely not the answer to our prayers. He has never been a center fielder by trade spending most of his playing days in left or DH. Given that he has had injury problems to his wheels in recent years it is unlikely he could successfully roam center at JRS for the season. It is not even clear he could've in his prime. Though you never know, but I doubt it.