Originally Posted by traderumor
That's pretty cheap for a team that was running Steve Clevenger and that other guy whose name I can't remember out there every day. I'd say Navarro will do fine in a role with the Cubs if they don't make him an everyday.
I'm not sure that grossly overpaying for a AAA catcher because your regulars suck is the way to build a competent team.
Navarro didn't suddenly get better at his age after finding it hard to find even a minor league job last year.
BTW, the other Cubs catcher Castillo had an OPS of .754.