A look at life on the road

When you're away from home as a major league player, the visiting clubhouse attendants take care of you.

Updated: December 6, 2004, 9:42 AM ET
By John Kruk | Page 2

Part of life on the road as a major league player is dealing with clubhouse attendants. When you're at home, your own guys are in charge. But when you're away, you've got relative strangers taking care of you for three or four days.

You get to know many of these guys over the years, though. The good ones learn what you like, and don't forget it. If you have a favorite chewing tobacco, it'll be there waiting for you in your locker. Favorite gum? Same thing. You'll never have to go looking ...

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