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Eric F (10-09-2018)
Now that I am umpiring some rec games and a few B level travel games, it has affirmed by belief that a "quiet" catcher is a good friend to a pitcher. I tend to call pitches too quickly, I am working on that, but if the catcher doesn't really move from where she sets up it does help me. Of course it is possible to set up outside and the pitch runs back door and catches the inside.