Seattle’s new backup catcher Rob Brantly, left, was acquired from the White Sox through waivers on March 12.
Seattle’s new backup catcher Rob Brantly, left, was acquired from the White Sox through waivers on March 12. Charlie Riedel AP
Seattle’s new backup catcher Rob Brantly, left, was acquired from the White Sox through waivers on March 12. Charlie Riedel AP

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