Jacob Stallings solidified himself as Gold Glove-caliber catcher, Pittsburgh Pirates MVP


One season, was designated for assignment by the Pittsburgh Pirates and returned as a backup after clearing waivers. The next, he was their starting catcher and a Gold Glove finalist. Manager Derek Shelton was effusive in his praise for Stallings after he led the National League in assists and tied for the NL lead in throwing out nine runners. (TribLive.com)

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Jacob Stallings solidified himself as Gold Glove-caliber catcher, Pittsburgh Pirates MVP


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