Sal Fasano


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Salvatore Frank Fasano (born August 10, 1971) is an American retired Major League Baseball catcher, and currently the Roving Catching Instructor for the Toronto Blue Jays. Fasano played college baseball for the University of Evansville purple aces.

Jeff Pearlman of said of Fasano: “When I think of Sal Fasano, however, I think of greatness. Not of Willie Mays or Ted Williams greatness, but of a uniquely excellent human being who, were class and decency the most valued standards of a career, would be the easiest Hall of Fame inductee of all time.


Fasano is the son of Vincent and Nella Fasano, Italian immigrants who settled in the Chicago area. He graduated from Hoffman Estates High School in Illinois and is married to Kerri Kubinski, who was a volleyball player at Evansville. Fasano is a born-again Christian; he was introduced to spirituality by Kansas City teammate Keith Lockhart and credits religion with curtailing his desire to drink. Sal and Kerri have three children. The third, a son named Santo, was born with hypoplastic left heart syndrome and was successfully operated on

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