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Topic - Flores
It was just after 11 a.m. Friday on the West Coast when Kurt Suzuki got the news. His time with the Oakland A's, the only professional organization he'd ever known, was over. The Washington Nationals were calling and they had a starting catching job waiting for him.
“We've been waiting for you,” said Officer Flores, which startled the Witascheks.
"For some reason, I haven't found consistency hitting," Flores said. "To be an everyday player, you need to be able to do both things and I feel like that kind of player. For some reason, I haven't been able to be the kind of player I've been in the past right now. I know I feel inside I can do that but it's kind of that year where you feel great, you feel healthy, you feel positive but things are not working out for you."