Zack Collins displays growth during Carlos Rodón’s historic no-hitter: ‘It’s something that every catcher dreams about’
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Chicago Tribune

Carlos Rodón struck out Yu Chang on an 87-mph slider for the final out of the sixth inning. With the called third strike, the Chicago White Sox left-hander had retired the first 18 Cleveland Indians hitters he faced Wednesday at Guaranteed Rate Field. That’s when catcher Zack Collins began to get a little nervous. “It was a good nervous,” Collins said after the game. “It wasn’t like ‘please don’t mess up’ nervous. Obviously making sure that we are making the right calls and doing our best to give Carlos the best opportunity to go out there and dominate, and that’s what we did.” Rodón went on t…

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