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2 minutes ago, TINSTAAPP said:

Severino is a terrible defensive catcher Sisco should be behind the plate every day and Severino should be the every day DH.

He didn’t even bother to try to smother the ball that got by him. No idea what he was doing. Trying to back hand a ball in the dirt? Drop the glove and get in front of it. 

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1 lllllHit )(1 Triple

0 lllllRuns

0 lllllWalks

1 llllllStrikeout 

42 llllPitches )(28 )Strikes, )14 )Balls.)



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