A Catcher’s Arm Strength Doesn’t Tell Whole Story

Most big league teams clearly will trade some defense for enhanced offense from their starting catcher, a tacit admission that pure arm strength is not as important as a catcher's other defensive tools, such as receiving or handling a pitching staff.

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