The only time Doug Fister does not make eye contact and point at a fielder after an out, or thank a teammate with a grateful punch of his glove in his direction, is when he strikes a batter out. If Fister had his way, he would not do that much. The Nationals right-hander prefers early contact that keeps defensive innings short, keeps his pitch count low, and keeps his defense involved.Read full article >>
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