Jan 12, 2010, 4:30 PM EDT
It’s a one year, $1 million deal. He hit .219/.292/.406 in 171 plate appearances on the season, catching about 400 innings. That means that he is yet another catcher who is demonstrably superior to Jason Kendall, yet who signed for fewer years and lower dollars than what the Royals gave Kendall.
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