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George Hendrick has been coaching for Tampa Bay for quite a while now, but I'm still kind of surprised every time he trots out to the box. If there were a player who was less likely to be a coach, based on his playing profile, it's hard to think of one: he was most famous for never talking to the press. But he must talk to his peers and his charges. He was a very good player, and it's nice to see him associated with the success of the Rays.
I'm pretty sure that Hendricks always got along with his teammates and was considered to be a positive factor in the clubhouse by his managers. From everything I can gather it was just the press that he disdained.
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