Who has the most control over a baseball game? The manager? The pitcher? The batters? Nope, it’s the man behind the catcher, the home plate umpire. At tonight’s Bradenton vs. Dunedin game, the umpire liked two kinds of pitches: ones where the catcher did not need to move his glove an inch (pretty much regardless […]
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