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  • n. Plural form of catcher.


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  • Molina, 27, used to be the kid brother of Bengie and Jose Molina, big-league catchers from the Puerto Rican family.

    Inside the major leagues: Ernie Harwell honored

  • And we're good rat-catchers, which is a useful skill in the White House.

    Al Eisele: Doggone It, Why Not a White House Cat?

  • They will more likely try to land one of the name catchers such as Bengie Molina or Ramon Hernandez and use Castro again as a backup. - About-face helps save the season for Martinez

  • With an effort, he kept himself from using the term butterfly catchers, “... gentlemen.”

    Starfleet Year One

  • The catchers are the ones calling the signs and setting up for location and hopefully they're on the same page with the pitcher. - News

  • If one of your catchers is a position player that can go other places like outfield and first base, then it's actually kind of a bonus to be able to have three. rss feed

  • Baseball people refer to catchers' equipment as 'the tools of ignorance,' a phrase that sounds pejorative but is meant respectfully.

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  • That, Coste said, often creates a brotherhood among catchers, which is part of the reason there is no friction in this group, despite the fact they are competing against one an other in some form.

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  • "I think our catchers are our guys that have to keep fresh," said Manuel, who wants a better look at Thole.

    NYT > Home Page

  • There's deadweight from Tampa Bay, a couple of overweight, entitled catchers with low expectations, another wretched failure of a Cubs CF, and an Asian pitcher, which in itself is fast becoming as en vogue as a celebrity adopting a child from a Malaysian orphanage.

    Thunder Matt's Saloon


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