The practice fields for the Colorado Rockies have been a bit more quiet than normal the past few days. You can thank advances in technology for that. And recent sign stealing scandals. It’s called PitchCom and allows the catcher to communicate with the pitcher without a series of hand signals. “It’s almost like a video game controller,” catcher Brian Serven…...

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