Bulls manager Jared Sandberg, right, reacts in the dugout with Willy Adames. Expansion of the team’s coaching staff by one allows Sandberg to follow Major League Baseball protocol and stay in the dugout the entire game.
Bulls manager Jared Sandberg, right, reacts in the dugout with Willy Adames. Expansion of the team’s coaching staff by one allows Sandberg to follow Major League Baseball protocol and stay in the dugout the entire game. Bernard Thomas The Herald-Sun
Bulls manager Jared Sandberg, right, reacts in the dugout with Willy Adames. Expansion of the team’s coaching staff by one allows Sandberg to follow Major League Baseball protocol and stay in the dugout the entire game. Bernard Thomas The Herald-Sun

Prepping for the big leagues gives Bulls’ Sandberg new point of view

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