Re: Miguel Olivo to Reds?
Originally Posted by dougdirt
Olivo is well known to be a poor defensive catcher. Not sure how much developing he will be helping the pitchers do.
Well, you must acknowledge there's a difference between being good at handling pitchers and being a good defensive catcher. A catcher can call a good game and handle pitchers well and not physically be a good defensive catcher.
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