Catchers In Major League Baseball

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American History

 

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Diane E

 

Date added:

April 3, 2015

 

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University

 

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A

 

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The catcher has developed as a weak-offensive threat with a focus for a strong defensive performance while playing the role as an on-field manager. Perhaps the most important position in the game, the unrecognized catcher has gone through the most change, the most challenge, and is used as a double-threat, coaching and playing the game on the field all at once...
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With a total of 14 Hall of Fame inductees, it shows that their focus is not only on their own performance, but the success of the pitcher and the 7 players behind them. As pitching has developed throughout the decades, adding more spin and velocity to their itinerary's, catching equipment was needed in order to protect the most important position player in the game, the catcher...
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