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MMO Exclusive: Catcher, Caleb Joseph

For Caleb Joseph, the seven-year Major League catcher who played in 425 regular-season games with the Baltimore Orioles, Arizona Diamondbacks, and Toronto Blue Jays from 2014 to 2020, he knew that his value would be in his leadership skills and defensive acumen. From 2014 through the 2017 season, Joseph recorded...
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Wednesday Bird Droppings: Caleb Joseph wants back with the Orioles

The Orioles have plenty of holes on their roster, but one that’s glaring is a bit unexpected. The team doesn’t have a catcher on its 40-man roster despite that being the position of their absolute top prospect. That has been the state of things since the team booted...
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Caleb Joseph can’t get away from historic Baltimore Orioles season

Caleb Joseph has appeared behind the plate over the course of seven Major League Baseball seasons for three teams, including a five-year stint with the Baltimore Orioles. He was behind the plate for Derek Jeter’s emotional last at-bat as New York Yankees fans roared and has caught pitchers of all styles and pitch types. However, there is one question that he is always asked about his career, and it happened again during a chat with MLBTradeRumors just before the end of the year.
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Mets News: Joey Lucchesi Recalled, Caleb Joseph Released

Leading up to tonight’s 7:45PM game, the Mets announced that they have recalled left hander Joey Lucchesi from the team’s alternate training site. Lucchesi will be the team’s starter tonight against the St. Louis Cardinals, as the Mets look to continue their hot streak. Fellow left hander Daniel Zamora had...
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Mets' Caleb Joseph: Sent to minors

Joseph was reassigned to minor-league camp Sunday. Joseph suffered a minor injury after he was hit by a pitch March 14, but he returned to the field shortly thereafter. However, the 34-year-old will begin the year in the minors after hitting .143 with two walks and four strikeouts in 10 at-bats this spring.
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Caleb Joseph adds some catching depth to the Mets’ system

While the Mets made their first real splash of the winter with the signing of James McCann, the team did not do as much to bolster their catching depth until last week, when they signed Caleb Joseph to a split-contract. While the details of the deal are not clear yet, the move is an important one for the Mets, as their catching depth is, at best, below average, especially with Ali Sanchez departing for the Cardinals.
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NY Mets: Why Caleb Joseph was signed to a split contract

The New York Mets are putting an increased focus on acquiring depth in order to reconstruct a farm system that has been decimated in recent years. As a result, the team has aggressively sought to build back their depth, setting up their organization for future success. Understanding the Mets strategy,...
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Catcher Caleb Joseph Signed to a Split Contract

Joseph is a tremendous locker room personality and showed it during 2020 as a member of the Toronto Blue Jays. He spent all but eight at-bats on the taxi squad with a home run as his only hit. Joseph spent his first five seasons with the Baltimore Orioles and was a stellar defender. He had 37 DRS and threw out at least 30% of base stealers in four of his five seasons. After his days in Baltimore ended, he moved on to the Arizona Diamondbacks in 2019.
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Mets Morning News: Caleb Joseph joins the team

The Mets signed former Orioles, Diamondbacks, and Blue Jays catcher Caleb Joseph to a split-contract. Joseph will likely enter spring training as the third-string catcher behind James McCann and Tomás Nido. SNY announced their spring training broadcast schedule, with the first game airing on March 2nd at 1:10 PM. Jacob...
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Morosi: Mets Sign Catcher Caleb Joseph

While the New York Mets were busy during picture day down at Port St. Lucie, the front office was busy making yet another roster move ahead of the 2021 season. MLB Network‘s Jon Morosi reported earlier on Thursday that the Mets had signed free-agent catcher Caleb Joseph to a split contract. If this is indeed the type of contract New York signed Joseph to, it’ll mean the Mets need to put the backstop on the 40-man roster. For a squad that lacked depth in a number of areas throughout 2020, this seems to be another move to prevent those issues from popping up again — both at the major league and minor league level. This also comes on the heels of sending Ali Sanchez to the St. Louis Cardinals earlier this month.
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Mets' Caleb Joseph: Signs with Mets

Joseph signed a split contract with the Mets on Thursday, Jon Morosi of MLB Network reports. James McCann is locked in as the Mets' starting catcher, but Joseph could at least push Tomas Nido and his .553 career OPS for the backup job. Joseph has just a .621 OPS himself, so he's unlikely to have much fantasy relevance even if injuries open up unexpected playing time.
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