Found October 19, 2011 on
Jason Motte has emerged as the Cardinals' closer this postseason and has been lights out. And he's been doing it all despite terrible vision, which often leads to him being unable to see where he's throwing the ball. The 29-year-old reliever's nearsightedness is bad enough that he often squints on the mound because he can't see catcher Yadier Molina's signals, accroding to Yahoo Sports. Motte will reportedly sometimes wave his glove up and down in an effort to get Molina to hold his fingers lower, which could expose the signs to the opposing team. If the signs are being exposed...
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