TUCSON, Ariz. -- Walking off the field during a recent spring training game, the catcher pulls the black mask off his face, looks to his wife and 6-month-old daughter in the front row and asks a question.
"Is she sleeping yet?"
"Yes," his wife responds, smiling at the baby. "Finally."
"Good," the catcher responds, smiling back.
Two hours earlier, the same man stands behind home plate during a team workout. A ball just dropped in front of outfielder Jermaine Dye, and the catcher ...