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DUNEDIN, Fla. — These days, technology intersects with baseball in many ways. 

Take the sixth inning of Tuesday’s spring game between the Blue Jays and Yankees, for example, where Toronto’s battery of Danny Jansen and Trevor Richards communicated using a device called PitchCom. 

In this setup, the catcher wears a remote-control device on his wrist that has a series of buttons, with each button representing a different pitch call. The pitcher wears an earpiece receiver, where a generic male voice relays the pitch in either English or Spanish.

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