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Daniel Santin: "I Definitely Want to Catch"

One mean lookin' catcher (Photo/Everett AquaSox)

EVERETT, Wash. - In the Everett AquaSox world of short-season Single-A baseball, a player has to accept the concept of splitting time at his given position as a way of life. Nearly every player on Everett's roster has found himself in more than one place this season, either in the field or in the DH spot. And with a trio of power-hitting catchers at their disposal, the Sox have found themselves shuffling at that spot more than any other.

Recently, time behind the plate has been even harder to come by with Danny Santin finally settling into the role he was born to play. Santin, who suffered from a sore arm in the first half of the season, spent the first half of the season as the team's day-to-day designated hitter, has been the team's primary designated hitter. In fact, during the first five weeks of the season, Santin caught...

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