Finally having Bryce Harper back in the mix on Monday, Matt Williams' lineup card looked much like it did on Opening Day, the last time he had a roster at full health to choose from.

Harper is back in left field with Ryan Zimmerman at third base, Anthony Rendon is back at second. Denard Span remains in center while Danny Espinosa takes a seat on the bench as the odd-man out.

Though fans and those who cover the team have been debating how things should sort out upon Harper's return, Williams is consistent in his approach. He says the lineup will be day-to-day and moving forward it will depend on a variety of factors.

Williams would like to give several players days off soon, most notably Adam LaRoche, Jayson Werth and Ian Desmond. He will also look at matchups based on opposing pitchers and, as always, injuries could play a role.

Just because everyone is back right now, doesn't mean it will be like that for the final 81 games of the regular season.

"It's today's lineup. It may change tomorrow, we don't know, depending on what happens tonight. I'm going to knock on wood again and say we hope that everybody that's back now is back for the rest of the year. But if you look at what has happened this season, we can't count on that necessarily. That can change things," he said.

Putting Harper in left field is something Williams will not commit to permanently. The 21-year-old played all three outfield positions during his recent minor league rehab stint and could shift around in the coming weeks. Williams mentioned center field as a possibility, a position Harper has made it known he prefers.