Sport Red Sox bench coach might have best handwriting in history

21:30  23 february  2020
21:30  23 february  2020 Source:   nesn.com

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These days, official documents never are handwritten. But, if a need should arise for someone to hand write another Declaration of Independence, or something, Jerry Narron is the person to call.

a man wearing a red hat: Jerry Narron © Provided by NESN Jerry Narron

The New Boston Red Sox bench coach delivered his first lineup card prior to Sunday’s spring training camp with the Baltimore Orioles, and it was a thing of beauty. No joke: Narron might have the best penmanship in the history of sentient life.

Check this out:

Impressive. Like, really impressive.

(Also, have the calligraphy vs. handwriting debate on your own time.)

Narron was introduced Saturday as the Red Sox’s new bench coach. A player for eight years in the big leagues, Narron has served in a variety of coaching roles during his baseball career, including stints as manager of the Texas Rangers and Cincinnati Reds.

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