"That's been pretty cool," Hyde said. "They don't get to see their sons in this type of environment. It's usually away from the field, but not in the clubhouse, not on the field. I think that they appreciate it. The players actually brought that to me in spring training, and I was all for it. I thought it was a really cool idea. I think the dads have appreciated it a lot. In this kind of meat-grinder of a business we're in, to have your dad around and have them see what you go through on a daily basis is pretty cool."