Sox' Invisible Man

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    Sox' Invisible Man

    Third base coach Brian Butterfield is the Hub's invisible man. His primary job description is not to be noticed. He's done a great job so far, in fact, he's conspicuous by his absence. It appears that the traffic cop of the hot corner has a clue about not only about the speed of his runners, but also the arms of the opposition. Many a rally has been sent to an untimely demise on the windmilling arms of his predecessors. Was there ever a bigger incompetent them "Wave 'em in Wendell"? Dale Sveum was his student, I'm sure. As for Mr. Butterfield, he's been mostly perfect. I hope he never has to prove he once worked for the Sox, because no one will remember him being there.

     
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    He will make the right call far more many times than the wrong one. Thats all a team can ask for. Hes also one heck of an infield coach. Good baseball man.

     
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    In response to southpaw777's comment:

    He will make the right call far more many times than the wrong one. Thats all a team can ask for. Hes also one heck of an infield coach. Good baseball man.




    I will take a hold sign over a I hope he can make it sign... every day of the week

     
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    Was watching the game on sunsports and even the Rays anouncers were gushing about this guy.

    Apparently he's got a great reputation around baseball and really knows his stuff. 

     
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    Was watching the game on sunsports and even the Rays anouncers were gushing about this guy.

    Apparently he's got a great reputation around baseball and really knows his stuff. 




    There's always an argument about how many games a good manager can win, it's certain that a 3b coach can influence at least 5 games per season.

     
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    Relieved we finally have a good one there, hard to come by or so it seems, very important job!

     
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    In response to youkillus' comment:

    Third base coach Brian Butterfield is the Hub's invisible man. His primary job description is not to be noticed. He's done a great job so far, in fact, he's conspicuous by his absence. It appears that the traffic cop of the hot corner has a clue about not only about the speed of his runners, but also the arms of the opposition. Many a rally has been sent to an untimely demise on the windmilling arms of his predecessors. Was there ever a bigger incompetent them "Wave 'em in Wendell"? Dale Sveum was his student, I'm sure. As for Mr. Butterfield, he's been mostly perfect. I hope he never has to prove he once worked for the Sox, because no one will remember him being there.



    I still have nightmares about Tim Bogar. 

     
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    Loved the sideways, who the f are you, look he gave Showalter last week when Showalter tried to walk through him on his way to the mound to change pitchers. I honestly thought there was a chance it might escalate into something. 

     
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    In response to youkillus' comment:

    Third base coach Brian Butterfield is the Hub's invisible man. His primary job description is not to be noticed. He's done a great job so far, in fact, he's conspicuous by his absence. It appears that the traffic cop of the hot corner has a clue about not only about the speed of his runners, but also the arms of the opposition. Many a rally has been sent to an untimely demise on the windmilling arms of his predecessors. Was there ever a bigger incompetent them "Wave 'em in Wendell"? Dale Sveum was his student, I'm sure. As for Mr. Butterfield, he's been mostly perfect. I hope he never has to prove he once worked for the Sox, because no one will remember him being there.



    +1 Butterfield looks really good so far.  And LMAO at the statement I highlighted.

     
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