“He's a guy that you know when he throws a sign down that it's thought out,” said right-hander David Hess, who threw 6 1/3 no-hit innings in his first start of 2019 with Sucre catching. “He has a plan going into every single hitter, every single game. He's very interactive. He's a guy that you can watch him and tell right off the bat he's very invested in the game and cares a lot about us individually doing well as pitchers. He takes the responsibility of calling a good game and taking care of the pitching staff very seriously, so to have a guy like that who just cares as much as he does, I think that really pushes you to keep going and to perform as best as you can.