Rockies Insider: Assessing whether Colorado should upgrade at catcher this offseason

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Rockies Insider: Assessing whether Colorado should upgrade at catcher this offseason
Rockies Insider: Assessing whether Colorado should upgrade at catcher this offseason

Several Rockies split time behind the dish in 2018, with veteran Chris Iannetta and third-year pro Tony Wolters getting the majority of starts while the unestablished Tom Murphy and midseason acquisition Drew Butera also saw time. While manager Bud Black continuously tinkered with which player to start, the catching position was consistently the weakest spot in Colorado's order. Colorado's catchers posted team positional lows in every major offensive category, hitting .206 in 544 at-bats with 15 home runs, 72 RBIs, a .307 on-base percentage, a .349 slugging percentage and a .657 OPS. And between the two main catchers, Colorado didn't get a well-rounded effort. In 83 starts, Iannetta posted a

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