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Power ranks: The elite catchers
Kendall Rogers        
Published: Thursday, April 21, 2011

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Throughout the history of the baseball draft, catching has been the most challenging demographic for scouts to accurately gauge. Little more than 50 percent of all catchers drafted in the first round have ever played in the big leagues.

As a result, major league clubs have been reluctant to invest heavily in catchers early in the draft


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