Sometimes the most important player on a team isn't the superstar but rather the guy willing to do whatever it takes. Second baseman Rob Watson is that guy. As Northern League Player of the Month in July, he batted .413 and knocked in 29 RBIs to help the T-bones stay atop the Eastern Division. But the former Oklahoma State standout and 2002 Detroit Tigers draft pick has done more than just get on base. He picked up the slack as the team shuffled its roster, filling in at third base, shortstop and even atop the pitcher's mound. Oh, yeah, and that grand slam he hit in August to lift his team over the rival Joliet Jackhammers? It shows that hard work also has rewards.