"At the start of the Boston series, we went to the cage and did some things we wanted to work on," Butler said. "Getting my hands higher, working down to the ball and it creates more backspin. I just give him a ton of the credit for this week and, hopefully, for the rest of the season, because it was a minor adjustment. But it's paid huge dividends and the results are huge, so far." "He's done a great job making me a better hitter each day, and I'm so glad that I [have] the opportunity to work with him," Butler said. "He knows his hitting like no one else I've worked with."