Originally Posted by Randar68
Limited physical talent, but high OBP and average hitter, doesn't wow you, but get's the job done.
This is EXACTLY what I like to hear. A guy that gets the job done, even if he doesn't make the scouts drool with his "tools." Hopefully his performance will speak for itself. Considering he's most likely behind Anderson, Sweeney, Borchard (?), Rogowski (if he's switched to OF), and probably Young and Owens, I don't see where Spidale is going to fit in with the Sox, but I hope he finds a place.