Thursday, June 11, 2015

Deaf catcher drafted for pro ball

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A deaf high school catcher was picked in the Major League Baseball draft yesterday. The Atlanta Braves selected Troy, Alabama's
Chase Smartt in the 35th round, according to AL.com. Find out why the Braves are high on Smartt--only the second player taken straight out of an Alabama high school this year. Read the details here.

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