The Florida Marlins clearly need a catcher, and although it has not been made official, it appears as if Rockies catcher Miguel Olivo will be free to become a free agent this winter. Money may factor into the decision, however the fact that the payroll will reportedly take a bit of a positive hit supports the idea that the Fish will not have a problem spending a little bit of extra money on a roster that the front office feels should be in playoff contention on a yearly basis. If the Marlins elect to not bring Ronny Paulino back, Olivo, who hit over 20 homers in 2006 and 2007 for the Marlins, may be the perfect fit.
Who do you think will be the number two catcher for the Marlins next season, assuming that John Baker is ready for spring training.
Miguel Olivo (7 votes)
Victor Martinez (7 votes)
Rod Barajas (8 votes)
Jason Varitek (2 votes)
Ronny Paulino (Retained) (15 votes)
39 total votes