Manny Ramirez joined the Iowa Cubs last week as a player/coach and is expected to play one or two times a week for Chicago's Triple-A affiliate. According to the Associated Press, his biggest responsibility will be to work with the team's most promising prospects, and his advice thus far is simple. "Do the right thing, bro. Follow the rules. That's it," Ramirez said. "When you love the game and you want to help young players and give them your testimonial and the things that you went through so they don't go through that, it's easy." Ramirez's 19-year major league career was never short on drama. The 12-time All-Star led the Boston Red Sox to two World Series Championships in 2004 and 2007, but was also mixed up with several positive tests for performance-enhancing drugs beginning in 2003.
Cubs' Manny Ramirez teaching prospects: 'Do the right thing, bro'
The Score | Jul 4