Brian Schneider's solely NL East baseball career continued this week when he signed on to manage the Marlins single A affiliate in Jupiter, Florida.

The Jupiter Hammerheads, last year's Florida State League runners-up to the Lakeland Flying Tigers, will be managed by the Phillies' former backup catcher, who also played for the Expos, Nationals, and Mets in his 13-year MLB career. In Philadelphia, he may be best known for the walkoff home run that spawned Shane Victorino's war drum.

It is the first coaching job of Schneider's post-playing days, and he is starting at the bottom rung of baseball's most poorly-run, much-maligned team, so good luck, Brian!