The San Francisco Giants dealt catcher Rob Brantly to the Yankees recently, in exchange for cash considerations. Brantly, who was part of the Opening Day roster, was designated for assignment earlier this season and had been at the alternate camp in Sacramento. The Giants signed Brantly to a Minor League deal in the offseason, and it seemed like he would fight Tyler Heineman for the right to back up Buster Posey, unless the Giants started the year with Joey Bart on the active roster. Then all the 2020 madness happened, the season was postponed, Posey opted out of the restart, and Brantly found himself on the roster, planning to split duties with Heineman. The Detroit Tigers drafted Brantly in the third round of the 2010 Major League Baseball Draft and he made his MLB debut in
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