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Let Mike Zunino show you what it’s like to catch a major league pitcher

Mike Zunino

Technology is making it easier to embrace everything where you are no longer on the other side of FOMO. In this case, Seattle Mariners catcher Mike Zunino gives you a glimpse into what it’s like to be a major league catcher.

The 25-year-old wore a mask-cam (or some derivative)  during a pitching session. It’s incredible. Not only are the pitchers throwing heat, he’s winging the balls right back to them. And the best part? The way Z talks to the guys, cheering them on and pumping them up with “atta boys” and giving constructive criticisms.

Check it out, it’s like you’re there.

How MLB batters hit this stuff is beyond us.

About the author

Jessica Kleinschmidt

Jessica Kleinschmidt

Jessica is a sports writer with an obsession for baseball. You can catch her in the stands or in the media booth. She's the one with the big hair. In addition to Sportsnaut, Jessica has been featured on Bleacher Report, Fox Sports, and MLB Nation.