BRADENTON, Fla. — If you picture in your head the archetypal image of a Major League Baseball closer, you’ll probably come up something like the following. You’re thinking of a tall, right-handed pitcher with a powerful fastball, a wipeout breaking pitch and a surly demeanor. He’s stone-faced on the mound and unapproachable to the point […]
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