catcher

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Synonyms for catcher

(baseball) the person who plays the position of catcher

the position on a baseball team of the player who is stationed behind home plate and who catches the balls that the pitcher throws

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CATCHER: HOW THE MAN BEHIND THE PLATE BECAME AN AMERICAN FOLK HERO provides a history of the evolution of the sport in general and the attraction of the baseball catcher in particular.
Lister, a two-time All-Marmonte League football running back, was a top frosh and JV baseball catcher before deciding to concentrate on football this year to improve his chances of earning a Division I college scholarship.
Dan Foley, (SEE CORRECTION) a semipro baseball catcher, all deceased, to the list of area athletes who held political office.
A young professional baseball catcher, who may receive more than 100 pitches per game thrown at more than 90 miles per hour, is at increased risk of having circulatory abnormalities in his catching hand, a new study suggests.
Kevin Costner plays a baseball catcher with another highly-honed skill.
He finds out the hard way that he isn't a football player, a baseball catcher or a wrestler.
Accommodations can be as simple as having a baseball catcher wear red gloves under his mitt for administering signals to a pitcher who has visual-perceptual learning disabilities.
In the 1990s, Lucy again displayed her blind spot when Schroeder asks Charlie Brown if he could have a career as a baseball catcher.
misshapen as the knuckles of an old baseball catcher,'' Smith wrote.
NEW YORK -- While living in the Puerto Rican city Vega Alta, known as the Town of the Squatters, it was ESPN The Magazine's cover athlete Yadier Molina's destiny to become a Major League Baseball catcher.