Rays’ Butler makes up for time he waited

by Gary Shelton on June 12, 2015 · 0 comments

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Butler has comer from nowhere to hit .342 for Rays./ANDREW J. KRAMER

Butler has comer from nowhere to hit .342 for Rays/ANDREW J. KRAMER

St. Petersburg

On a million fields no one ever goes, in a million games no one will ever remember, he imagined days like these.

Someday, Joey Butler thought, he would get his chance. Someday, some team would turn to him and trust a significant part of a season to him. Someday, after all the doubts, after all the scouts who shook their heads, some team would trust him.

A dream is all a guy has, from the time he is an afterthought draft pick to the time he is

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Andriese recorded his first major-league win with his longest stint./ANDREW J. KRAMER

Andriese recorded his first major-league win with his longest stint/ANDREW J. KRAMER

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