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Anson Doing Well Despite Learning Curve

Kyle Anson began his career in the Yankees organization as a third baseman, whose only duties were fielding and hitting. With his move to catcher, Anson can now add managing a pitching staff to his list of responsibilities.

"Now that I'm the one that's calling pitches, I need to focus more," stated Kyle Anson. "Now that I'm catching, I have to keep the pitcher in the game; whereas at third, the pitcher was the one keeping me focused in the game." Pitching Coach Carlos Reyes is excited about the Anson's transition to catcher and the progress that he has made throughout the course of the season in his ability to... Recommended Stories

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