Sandy León has worn many jersey numbers during a long career in Major League Baseball.
To understand the gravity of the No. 12 that adorns the catcher’s uniform this season with the Texas Rangers, he has to revisit the worst day of his life.
That was Aug. 18, 2020. León, then playing for Cleveland, had just arrived by bus to the team hotel in Pittsburgh when he called his wife, Liliana, who was at home in Fort Myers, Florida, with their two small children.
He was growing concerned after several unanswered calls. Then he began getting alerts from his home security system.
“That happens when somebody is making a lot of noise in the house, when the camera gets the sounds,” León said.
He logged onto an app where he can monitor the cameras…
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