He fields a little bit, and when he's not doing that, he also seems to do a good job at holding a piece of wood that he has no idea what to do with.
Okay, perhaps not that bad, but is it really that far away? He's never been much with the stick, and he's 38 -- yes, that age-thingy ~does~ mean something eventually.
No, about 46 plate appearances isn't enough to bury someone, and Frandsen isn't quite doing enough to just give the job to him until Durham comes back, but...
When you have a guy on your team that you wouldn't pinch hit over four pitchers (and yes, I would pinch hit Brad Hennessey, Noah Lowry, Matt Cain, and Jamey Wright before Vizcaino at this point), you gotta wonder why you have him at all.
When you also would rather have Neifi Perez or Joe McEwing over Vizcaino...gosh, I'm not saying the writing is on the wall, but there's a three year-old and an open box of crayons. Draw what conclusions you will.