Dutch   Darren Daulton crouched behind the plate, ligaments in his knees crackling like campfires in a primordial forest.   he’d been pulled from the shadowed alleys of Philadelphia and pushed squinting into the Miami sun, like a broken nose on a mannequin, like glass on the beach.   warming up he caught without a…

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