MLB catcher who was simply drafted 26th overall with the Boston Crimson Sox in the 2011 draft. He produced his major group debut in 2015 after Ryan Hanigan was harmed. He had focused on play baseball on the School of Tx before he was drafted, but was provided $2.5 million to forego the scholarship and sign with Boston instead. He was both a talented pitcher and shortstop in senior high school, but began playing catcher when he became a member of the Crimson Sox company. He was created to Carla and Arlan Swihart in Bedford, Tx, but visited senior high school in New Mexico. He documented his first main league strike in 2015 against Nathan Eovaldi.