MLB: The elite catchers available in the free agency market

The free agency market This year is full of pitchers and top shortstops that have caught the attention of teams seeking to improve these departments on their roster. However, although in smaller quantities there are also Elite catchers available for the signatures facing the Season 2022 from MLB. Here we present four of them.

The FanSided portal has been given the task of listing four of the main receivers who are as free agents and who could be of interest to teams that need who is in charge of the plate.

Martin Maldonado

The 2021 World Series runner-up stood out with the Houston Astros by prominently covering home plate and making shots that demonstrate why he is nicknamed ‘El Machete.’

Kurt Suzuki

Although his age is already advanced at 38 years old, he served in his work with the Anaheim Angels last season and could be wanted by a team that requires a backup in catching.

Roberto perez

The Puerto Rican only saw action in 44 games of MLB 2021 with the now Cleveland Guardians due to an injury, but if he stays healthy he could be of great help to cover the home plate of whoever decides to sign him.

Yan gomes

The Brazilian began the season playing with Washington Nationals but weeks later he was sent to the Oakland Athletics, who would seek to keep him knowing that he has outstanding skills as a catcher and offense, taking his position into account.

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MLB: The elite catchers available in the free agency market