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Anderson never made a secret of pushing the envelope nutritionally.
He was a proponent of the popular supplement Creatine long before it was a household word, but he also has been known to lecture wannabe body builders around the ballpark on the dangers of other over-the-counter supplements.
"He spent thousands on me, and he didn't even know me," Reimold said. He feels his playing career — which featured an unusually broad spectrum of success and failure — has put him in a unique position to identify with the players he trains and counsels.
"I experienced quite a bit in my life and my big-league career," he said.
"When I was in high school, I wasn't thinking about being a big leaguer. So I don't even know if [a traditional front office job] is the next progression.
"I know what it's like to struggle and I know what its like to not be able to sleep when you're not performing on the field.
And I know how it feels to be playing well." Hitting 50 (home runs, not years) If your antennae just went up, you're probably not alone.
He prowls the team's new high-tech weight room, schooling individual players on proper lifting technique and developing strength plans for anyone interested.
No one is required to work with him and many of the veteran players have their own programs, but he has had a big impact on some of the younger players, particularly pitcher Brian Matusz and left-fielder Nolan Reimold.