Watching Tom Glavine in the broadcast booth got me thinking about how he would be as a manager and I have always wondered if Chipper would consider being a coach. Here are my quick arguments for both.
When Tom Glavine speaks he has a very commanding voice. I believe players would listen to what he has to say, especially pitchers. I believe the question with him is whether he would be better suited as Head Coach or Pitching Coach.
It has been well documented Chipper's ability to dissect a swing and make adjustments. He has always worked with teammates to help enhance their abilities and that's why I think he would make a great Hitting Coach.
Do you believe that either of them would be interested in such roles and would it be with the Braves, another organization, or college (a la Tony Gwynn)?