Unlike the guy who wears the shirt of the band that he's going to see live, every once in awhile being "that guy" isn't a bad thing.
Every MLB team has one.
This could be the player that not only his teammates, but coaches, look to when things aren't going well and say "Get us out of this mess."
It could be someone who is no better than average on the field but an All-Star in the clubhouse—the proverbial glue that holds the team together.
Or, it could be an up-and-coming youngster that a team is counting on to take the next step in their development, and as a result, the team evolves as well.
That's what we set out to do here—figure out which of the 25 players on every MLB roster is that guy.
Bill Withers wasn't writing about baseball when he penned his timeless classic "Lean on Me," but the sentiment of the song rings true in baseball.
Even the deepest MLB rosters need someone to lean on.