Read this nice, timely piece by the Inquirer's Matt Gelb profiling new hitting coach Steve Henderson, who somehow became more intriguing following Monday's announcement that Wally Joyner would merely become assistant hitting coach. The Phillies' mission to instill a different offensive approach, a mandate that came from on high, never materialized the way the top brass had hoped. Enter Henderson, the 12-year pro and veteran coach and instructor, who worked last season building Phillies third base prospect Cody Asche, and others, into better players. Henderson becomes the Phils' third hitting coach since 2010, an overt admission that their timid, indiscriminate, mediocre offense would improve with better mentoring. Gelb's piece touts Henderson's ability to get players to relax (Ryan Howard anyone?), remain selective (Jimmy Rollins anyone?), but also 'attack the fastball' (John Mayberry Jr. and Domonic Brown anyone?).