08:13 AM ET 02.18 | It's Father's Day every day, at least for a time, in Scottsdale. Aside from the name on the back of his jersey, Brett Bochy feels no different from any of the other young pitchers in big league camp. "It's just a normal spring training," he said Sunday, pausing. "Except with your dad as the manager." There's nothing normal about that last part. Bochy, a right-handed reliever, is a 25-year-old simply trying to soak up tips and add experience while in his first big league camp. He also happens to be the only one of the 37 pitchers in camp who has to pass his dad's office on the way into the clubhouse. "It's pretty special," Bruce Bochy said, smiling. "I'm not going to lie. There's a little added stress that I don't know if I needed, but I'm proud of him."