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Gregg Zaun not about to lose the limelight

May 29, 2009, 10:34 AM EDT

Matt Wieters’ debut in Baltimore tonight is getting all of the
attention, but let us not lose sight of the fact that the man whose job
he is taking — Gregg Zaun — is himself a megastar.

Don’t believe me? Just check out his website,
which is not the sort of thing you’d expect for a journeyman catcher
with a .383 slugging percentage. If aliens came from outerspace and saw
that thing they’d think he was some sort of demi-god. A warning,
though: if you’re at work — or if the prog-rock stylings of Rush
aren’t your cup of tea — you may want to turn your volume down before

I wonder what song Matt Wieters will put on his website . . .

(thanks to reader JohnnyNebraska for the heads up)

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