Baltimore Orioles rookie catcher Caleb Joseph made his major league debut on Wednesday night against the Tampa Rays. Joseph, who is 28 years old, has been a career minor leaguer who spent most of his time with the Orioles double A affiliate the Bowie Baysox. Joseph went 0-3 while only facing 6 pitches.
Scott asked Caleb about the second job he has worked during the offseason, and Caleb is excited at the possibility to not have to work in the offseason. “I’ll probably go home and still cut grass because I love to do it, but to not have to do it, that’s a great option.”
Scott and Jeremy followed up by asking if there were nerves heading into his major league debut. “I was a nervous wreck on the plane ride, and the first 2 hours in the clubhouse were crazy. Once I put the uniform on and walked out there I felt pretty good about it.”
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