Byron Buxton can run anything down. He leads the Majors in outs above average and regularly draws the plaudits of the pitchers on the mound. He was tasked with one more duty before Saturday's game against the Blue Jays could commence: He had to close the bullpen door.
Especially great is the little peek into the bullpen, as if he's telling the Blue Jays, "I'm making pizza rolls later. And clean this place up -- it's a pigsty."
Truly though, is there anything in the outfield that Buxton doesn't lay claim to?