CLEVELAND — Cleveland Indians Catcher Kevin Plawecki loves to golf, watch Paw Patrol with his son and listen to Lil Wayne: 'Beyond the Dugout'

Get to know more about Kevin Plawecki as we go "Beyond the Dugout" with the Cleveland Indians catcher.

Question: When something happens to you, whether it’s good or bad, who is the first person you call?

Plawecki: Probably my wife yeah, I mean, definitely my wife.

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Question: For Indians fans that don’t know a lot about you, what would you say is your best quality?

Plawecki: I can get along with anybody, I got a good sense of humor. I like to have a lot of fun. I think that allows me to get along with pretty much anybody!

Question: So, on that note, what’s the most fun thing you do away from the game?

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Plawecki: I like to golf, I like to keep it light and I like to have a lot fun, so I’m a big golfer when I’m not at the baseball field.

Question: What’s your handicap? 

Plawecki: Right now, it sits about a five.

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Question: Are you a morning person or a night owl? 

Plawecki: I’m definitely a morning person. We have a 5-month old son now, so bed time is usually around 8 o’clock, 8:30. If we make it past 9 o’clock it feels like midnight, so I’m definitely a morning person now.

Question: Favorite cartoon, whether it was growing up or now? 

Plawecki: Favorite cartoon right now? I’ve really gotten into Paw Patrol

Question: What’s your favorite song? 

Plawecki: I was a big Lil Wayne fan growing up, going up through high school and college, so any Lil Wayne that comes on it brings me back a little bit.

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